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411 on Mashups

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Learn about and design your own mashups

Learn about and design your own mashups

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    • 1. 411 on Mashups Presented by Julie Fricke MLS Workshop April 24, 2008
    • 2. Mashups
      • What are they?
      • What do they look like?
      • How do I make one?
      • Implications for libraries
    • 3. What is a Mashup?
      • Term originated in pop music http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =Vp-is6S_b_g
      • In the web world it means an application that uses content from more than one source to create something new
      • Content typically comes via an *API or RSS feed
      • *API (Application program interface) http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Application_programming_interface
    • 4. Why are Mashups a big deal? http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/19821.wss
    • 5. Why are Mashups a big deal?
      • New York Times, February 10, 2008
    • 6. Why are mashups such a big deal?
      • Easy to use
        • Relatively inexperienced user ready (although basic knowledge of html is helpful)
        • Don’t need to be a programmer!
        • More software coming out every day
      • Easy to find
        • Programmable Web
        • Mashable
    • 7. Why are mashups such a big deal?
      • Easy to manipulate
        • “ Self service”
        • End users can manipulate info on their end
        • Most applications can be run from your browser
      • Future of computing?
        • Knowledge mapping
    • 8. Top Mashups (October 2007)
      • October 15, 2007 from the Programmable Web
    • 9. Top Mashups (April 2008)
      • April 21, 2008 from the Programmable Web
    • 10. Mashup Ecosystem Dion Hinchcliffe’s Web 2.0 Blog
      • Dion Hinchcliffe's Web 2.0 Blog
    • 11. What do mashups look like?
      • Foobar Poster - The Internet
      • (CC) Photo by Sebastien Prooth
      • http://flickr.com/photos/sebastianprooth/31566462
    • 12. Facebook: Visual Bookshelf
    • 13. Facebook: Visual Bookshelf
    • 14. Captioner
    • 15. Google Maps API
    • 16. Lewis & Clark LS Route Maps http:// www.lcls.org/news.aspx?nID =170
    • 17. Daily Mashup http:// dailymashup.com /
    • 18. Newsmap http:// marumushi.com/apps/newsmap/newsmap.cfm
    • 19. Hot Title Carousel http:// www.cambridgelibraries.ca/hot/carousel.cfm
    • 20. Hot Title Carousel (April 21, 2008) http:// www.cambridgelibraries.ca/hot/carousel.cfm
    • 21. Placeopedia
    • 22. Placeopedia
    • 23. USGS Earthquake Hazard
    • 24. USGS Earthquake Hazard
    • 25. Chicago Crime Statistics
    • 26. Housing Map
    • 27. ExLibris Aleph Harvard Catalog Bib Record
      • Harvard University Catalog Bib Record
    • 28. ExLibris Aleph Google Books/Harvard Catalog
    • 29. More Mashups
      • Supr Glu http:// suprglu.com /
        • Fricke Glu http://frickej.suprglu.com/
        • Del.icio.us, blogs, flickr
      • Frappr
        • http://www.frappr.com/blogginglibrarians
        • Google API, various blogs
    • 30. How do I make one?
      • Add this app (point & click)
      • Some knowledge of html
      • Clone
      • Program (server side)
    • 31. Point & Click
      • Facebook apps
      • iGoogle
    • 32. Facebook Applications
    • 33. iGoogle
    • 34. Captioner Big Huge Labs
    • 35. Captioner Big Huge Labs
    • 36. Captioner Big Huge Labs
    • 37. Captioner Big Huge Labs
    • 38. Captioner Big Huge Labs
    • 39. Captioner Big Huge Labs
    • 40. SuprGlu ( FrickeGlu )
    • 41. SuprGlu ( FrickeGlu )
    • 42. Popfly Microsoft Popfly Overview
    • 43. Popfly Microsoft Popfly Overview
    • 44. Popfly Microsoft Popfly Overview
    • 45. Popfly Microsoft Popfly Overview
    • 46. Pipes (Cloning)
    • 47. Pipes (Cloning)
    • 48. Pipes http://pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/pipe.info?Location=green+bay%2C+wi&_cmd=Run+Pipe&_id=dIZPnm173BGizMi2qGIyXQ&_run=1
    • 49. Pipes
    • 50. Google Maps API
    • 51. Google Map API
    • 52. Google Maps: The Mudd
    • 53. Springshare LibGuides
    • 54. NWTC LibGuides
      • NWTC Guide to the Library
    • 55. Subject Plus LU Installation
    • 56. Subject Plus
    • 57. More Mashups to try
      • Teqlo http:// www.teqlo.com /
      • QEDWiki (IBM) http:// services.alphaworks.ibm.com/qedwiki /
      • Dapper http:// www.dapper.net /
      • Data Mashups http:// datamashups.com /
      • Coghead http:// www.coghead.com /
    • 58. Implication for Libraries
      • Intellectual Property
        • When is it OK to “remix”
      • Copyright
        • Many have creative commons licenses
        • Others have limitations (e.g., Google Map API)
    • 59. Implications for Libraries
      • Provenance
        • Origin of information
        • Authority
      • Scale and dependency
      • Keeping up!
    • 60. More information
      • Programmable Web http://www.programmableweb.com/
      • Mashable http://mashable.com/
      • Google Maps Mania http://googlemapsmania.blogspot.com/
      • TechCrunch http://www.techcrunch.com/
      • Dion Hinchcliffe’s Web 2.0 Blog http://web2.socialcomputingmagazine.com/
    • 61. Contact Information Julie Fricke Lawrence University [email_address] (920) 832-6700

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