Mashing Up Web 2.0

Mashing Up Web 2.0
technology

200704230527Although we report on snazzy new web applications that are gaining interest, we rarely write about how these apps could work together. This is probably due to the fact that these applications are written by small teams who are independent of each other and working to provide one specific service. Even so, people are tinkering with web 2.0 technology to make it work together.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 23 april 2007

Although we report on snazzy new web applications that are gaining interest, we rarely write about how these apps could work together. This is probably due to the fact that these applications are written by small teams who are independent of each other and working to provide one specific service. Even so, people are tinkering with web 2.0 technology to make it work together. Flitter is an interesting example of the shape of things to come. It is a homemade mash up by David Bausola, a creative technologist and publishes an RSS feed of images of Flickr that match the latest Twitter pings.

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