Tuesday, November 8th, 2005

Web 2.0 Mashup Matrix

Category: Examples, Fun, Web20

<>p>ProgrammableWeb.com has a neat little matrix displaying all sorts of web 2.0 mashups when you hover over the intersection of two sites. For instance, hover over the intersection of Google Maps and Flickr and you’ll see geobloggers pop up. Hover where Google Maps meets itself, and you’ll see the sixty or so services built on top of the service.

The about page notes that this is meant to be an experiment and not an authoritative source for mashups, but if you notice a big omission you can add a mashup. As it stands now its at least a fun way to explore some mashups you might not have seen before.

While you are there make sure you check out the handy Web 2.0 API reference if you are looking to do your own mashups.

web20 matrix

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Posted by Rob Sanheim at 1:34 am
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Found more mashup s here:

http://www.webmashup.com

Comment by Webmashup — July 29, 2006

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