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ProgrammableWeb: Web 2.0 Mashup Matrix - 0 views

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    An experimental matrix of Web 2.0 mashups.
    Usage: Hover the cursor over any cell in the matrix. A small box gives details on mashups for that mashup combination. Top links in hover box bring you to that mashup's reference page. Links in body of hover box take you directly to the mashup. Not all combinations have mashups & only those with the 'º' indicator currently have entries. Cells at the intersection of same mashup (ex: Amazon+Amazon) list any other examples for that mashup.

    Note that there are two views into the matrix: the default view shows only those mashups for which mashups have been added to the database. The second view shows all mashups regardless of whether there's currently a mashup registered. It's big. Definitions: What is a mashup anyway? As always, it's good to check Wikipedia's definition, but essentially a "mashup" is a web-based application built through (creative) combination of data from multiple sources. Often, but by no means always, this data is retrieved by using a vendor's mashup such as those listed here. (An mashup? Also at Wikipedia.) Some recent press may also help explain: BusinessWeek's "Mix, Match and Mutate", The Economist's "Mashing the Web". Background: This is an experiment. It is intended to be both a reference point and also a visualization. What you see here today will change both in content and form shortly. I am quite interested in seeing the 'space' in which mashups exist. Clearly, some mashups such as Google Maps, appear to be more widely used than others. UI Issues: Cross-browser support is good but not complete. Sometimes it can b
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ProgrammableWeb - Mashups, Mashups, and the Web as Platform - 8 views

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    keeping you up to date with APIs, APIs and the Web as platform.
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Gulf Oil Spill - Latest YouTube Videos - 3 views

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    A map mashup showing the latest videos of the BP gulf oil spill. Track and see the news as it develops. mashups: Google Maps, YouTube. More at our Gulf Oil Spill - Latest YouTube Videos profile.
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Web 2.0 Search Engine Of Links, Online Applications & Web 20 Sites - 16 views

  • Simply search for a keyword of what your wish to make or work with to see the tools & related Web 2.0 links available (example search links: mashups, blogging, viral videos, clipart, designing, social tagging, AJAX apps, file storage/sharing, RSS feeds, anti-spam tools, CSS layout generators, image editors, DHTML codes, webmaster tools, calendars, data organizing, calculators, file conversions, Atom, sync, blog (URL) submits, web mashups, tutorials, etc).
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    bit out dated
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Geolover - makes trip planning easy - 4 views

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    Geolover is a tool for tourists and travelers. Build your own travel guide and take it with you. Combines APIs including Foursquare, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr. APIs: Flickr, Foursquare, Google Maps, Google Maps Data, Google Static Maps, Twitter, YouTube. 
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API Directory - ProgrammableWeb - 11 views

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    Web Services Directory
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IfItWasMyHome.com - Visualizing the BP Oil Disaster - 4 views

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    Enables the move the spill to compare sizes
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Dapper: The Data Mapper - 1 views

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    Dapper is a service that allows you to extract and use information from any website on the Internet. For those familiar with web services, you can think of Dapper as an API maker. For the rest of you, Dapper allows you to build web applications and APIs using data from any website without any programmin
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    How to make $ 40,000 in one month with very quickly. What you need. The latest American news article. Immediately visit www.killdo.de.gg www.fiverr.de.gg www.newss.de.gg www.reddit.de.gg www.newsbbc.de.gg
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Cadmus - 1 views

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    Cadmus is a real-time service that manages your stream (Twitter, FriendFeed and RSS) by displaying the most relevant content since the last time you checked in. It helps you get caught up on what you have missed.
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Adactio Elsewhere: Small pieces of me, loosely joined - 0 views

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    Jeremy Keith combines a variety of personal information from across the web in one place via Ajax scripting and the APIs from Upcoming.org, Flickr, Amazon, and Del.icio.us.
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