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Links 1 through 6 of 6 by Paul Raven tagged Yahoo

"... Yahoo Pipes isn't new; it has been around for over two years. But, like any fabulous technology, it sometimes gets a little lost or forgotten. Here's a quick refresher course on the basics, so that you can get back up to speed (or just get started) with Pipes."

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"As APIs and RSS feeds become more commonplace, we look for ways to mash them together. Even if you are a programmer, it can be a tedious process to write scripts that download and parse XML files. Yahoo Pipes solves the problem by providing an easy, graphical way to interact with data. No command line or shell scripts necessary!"

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"Yahoo has dropped plans to use Mexico's Teotihuacan archaeological site for its much-hyped "time capsule" project after authorities fearing damage to the ancient ruins denied them permission." They probably have a good point, too.

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"Mexico's Teotihuacan, once the center of a sprawling pre-Hispanic empire, is set to become the launch pad for an attempt to communicate with extraterrestrial life." All Yahoo's idea, apparently.

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37Signals conducts a round-table discussion featuring Chris 'Long Tail' Anderson and a couple of Yahoo execs.

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