myMOSI Competition Entries

Social Media Festival Competition Long List

We have had many interesting entries for the myMOSI Social Media Festival today. Below is the long list of entries, and at the start of the event at the CornerHouse Annexe today, September 23rd 2011, we will announce a short list of the best 5.
Winner to be announced at the end of the Festival and posted on this website on Monday September 25th. Please come along to the Festival and vote for your favourite 🙂
Thanks to Beth Powell, our star organiser for co-ordinating this and suggesting the evaluation criteria.

Judging Criteria
1. Creativity and originality in developing a myMOSI story
2. Relevance to Manchester (the ‘Science and Industry’ element is open to interpretation, but there does need to be a cultural, historical, industrial, or personal link to Manchester)
3. Interest; how compelling is the story, or presentation
4. Technical quality (we are not expecting full Hollywood-style productions but all other things being equal, a film that is in focus, well lit, decently edited and audible will be judged more favourably)

 Long List of 20 myMOSI stories

1) Veronique’s video about The Grand:

2) A history of Manchester in 100 objects. Collaborative entry via Google word doc

3) Podcast of James describing using the Commodore 64

4) Podcast of Bernard’s recollections of Blackley:

5) Phil shares his childhood memories of Castle Mills in Wythenshawe:

6) Fay Wall’s Evening Chronicle from 1918:
 & Fay’s hairdressing equipment:

7) Daniel Rylands’s stories of his SEGA Mega Drive :

8) Betty’s Curiosities; a series of objects with descriptions and context; 

9) Joan Jones’s Palestinian Chocolate Box:
& Cameo necklace
& 1950s Radio
Photograph album

10) Lesley Whitehouse’s metal boxes:
& South London Chronicle from between the walls

11) Edna Bowka’s Last for cobbling shoes:
& Toy Mangle:

12) May Harrison’s family photographs and stories: 

13) Teresa’s cabinet of curiosities, includes computing artefacts, travel iron and darning mushroom:

14) Julie Spellman talks about her Atari:

15) Cormac’s comment on MOSI Sinclair ZX photo:
Sinclair ZX Spectrum 1986.244

16) Alezed’s comment on MOSI Sinclair ZX photo: “We had a game for children that came with a Ladybird sized story book it was about a farm.. the game consisted of putting sheep in pens….”

17) Kendersrule’s comment on MOSI Sinclair ZX photo:
Sinclair ZX Spectrum 1986.244

18) Moo.sh’s comment on MOSI Sinclair ZX photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mosi_along/5805023208/in/set-72157626899782848/

19) Manchester Ship Canal via Fred Garnett’s Facebook photos:

20) Tweet from @Anthillel: “@mosi_along both Marx and Engels visited the city and Manchester was a major influence on Engel’s political thoughts #mosialong”

The favourite #socialmedia entry in myMOSI online Poll was…

2) A history of Manchester in 100 objects. Collaborative entry via GoogleDocs; curated by @DavidCRoberts

 

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3 Responses to myMOSI Competition Entries

  1. Trulytango says:

    And the winner is…?

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