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Links 1 through 10 of 12 by Justin Mason tagged mashups

great UI for a little Dublin oral-history site -- just a GMaps mashup with links to YouTube, but it works very well

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'Where can I find an available DublinBike?' -- another DublinBikes mashup. hopefully JC Decaux won't C&D this one

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re 'X# - XML oriented programming language; the foundation of an open source Enterprise Mashup Server, CRM and Groupware Suite' -- 'When you do a mashup, you're supposed to get your peanut butter in my chocolate, not lodge your fork in my goddamned eye socket'

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Code-based mashup creator -- sounds like Y! Pipes without the GUI crud. yay

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interesting; mash-ups meet science publishing. A GreaseMonkey script to store files on box.net, using their API; and a way for journals to link to distributed conversations (ie. blog postings) on particular papers.

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the latest "mashups for the masses" concept. fetch feeds and filter using various web services; nifty, although (a) no HTML scraping and (b) I'm part of the 10% for whom drag'n'drop programming = ick. ;) still, will have to play with this for a while!

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another "scrape web pages into RSS/ATOM/etc." scraping site, similar to http://feed43.com/ . This one needs a 133MB Java download to create new "robots", though (ugh). Also offers a REST API as output format -- in other words, it'll scrape queries, cool

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'Tom from GBH and guests, playing Robot-Rock, Distortion-Disko, Electronic, Rock, New Wave Hip-hop, house, punk, electro, downbeat and classics.' lots of good mashups and remixes, one 2-hour 128kbps MP3 every week

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Tor -> GeoIP -> Google Maps. there's actually a Tor node in China!

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