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John Musser at Programmable Web linked to Phil Wainewright's post "Google Maps, the fool's gold of mashups".  Phil says that mapping mashups which are built on such easily-defined descriptors (like longitude and latitude) hide the true difficulty of creating real-world mashups.  This is one of the great values of RSSBus - being able to take data from a wide variety of sources and expose it as a feed, then being able to "compute" with those feeds to mesh, manipulate or route data.

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Posted on Friday, July 7, 2006 7:48 AM Programming | Back to top


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