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mashup

A mixture of content or elements. For example, an application that was built from routines from multiple sources or a website that combines content and/or scripts from multiple sources is said to be a mashup. The term became popular in the 2005 time frame.

Mashup Contest
Set up as a competition, the first "Mashup Camp" was sponsored by Adobe, AOL, Sun, Microsoft, Google, Yahoo and others. It was hosted at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California in February 2006. The winning mashup was Podbop (www.Podbop.org), which combined a concert event locator site with MP3 samples of the upcoming bands. Second place went to ChicagoCrime.org (www.chicagocrime.org), which showed crime locations in Chicago by mashing up the crime data with Google Maps.
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This book is a follow-up to Engard's 2009 book Library Mashups: Exploring New Ways to Deliver Library Data, but the mashups and tools have become a lot more sophisticated.
Librarians who deal with the management of data will appreciate this resource and can experiment with the real-life examples of library mashups provided.
An important aspect of the emergence of Mashups is YouTube's status as the world's largest online media archive, where consumption of videos as of January 2012 exceeded 4 billion a day and where 60 hours of content is uploaded every minute (1).
Se realizaron entrevistas para obtener los problemas presentes en las empresas estudiadas con relacion a la composicion de aplicaciones y el uso de los mashups, las competencias y conocimientos necesarios para el desarrollo de aplicaciones hibridas, entre otros aspectos.
In section 5, the challenges on enterprise-oriented mashups tools are presented.
Also, this approach offers so many possible options that it might not be easy for corporations to find mashups suited to their needs.
All readers will want to review chapter 4, in which Thomas Berevik presents important considerations like privacy and the rights of the user that should be discussed before implementing mashups.
Today, music lovers aren't just playing songs, they're remixing them into their own original music products, called mashups, without the assistance (or permission) of the music publishers.