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Mashup Apps: Community Dev
Mashup Apps: Community Dev
Mashup Apps: Community Dev
Mashup Apps: Community Dev
Mashup Apps: Community Dev
Mashup Apps: Community Dev
Mashup Apps: Community Dev
Mashup Apps: Community Dev
Mashup Apps: Community Dev
Mashup Apps: Community Dev
Mashup Apps: Community Dev
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Mashup Apps: Community Dev

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Internet Librarian 2006
Monterey, CA

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  1. Mashup Apps: Community Dev John Blyberg Chris Deweese Internet Librarian 2006 Monterey, CA Good afternoon, bla bla bla.... It seems to me that every year another set of buzzwords emerge at conferences like these. Last year it was stuff like “folksonomy”, “tagging”, “delicious”, “flickr”. “Mashups”, however, hadn’t “hit” yet. This year is a different story. So, I’m not going to dwell too much on the definition of mashups, since previous sessions have already done that. Instead, I wanted to talk a little bit about what the mashup philosophy means to libraries, and what we should be thinking about in terms of reacting to the mashup trend and preparing for what’s possibly next. In case you missed any number of previous sessions, a

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