MashupCamp Podcast

John Musser, January 27th, 2006

Mashup CampThere’s a good podcast interview by Chris Law with MashupCamp co-organizer David Berlind. They cover a lot of ground including the inspiration and history behind MashupCamp, how the nascent eco-system behind APIs and mashups are setting the stage for growth and innovation of online applications, and some thoughts on where this all is headed.

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February 27th, 2006
at 2:45 am
Comment by: neoMarketing.TV weblog

Mashupcamp: Will mashups monetize -or- why shouldn’t you invest even a dollar in yahoo!

[Summary] Onur Kabadayi is giving the flavor of the mashup camp live from Mountain View, CA with some photos and comments on the event. Then, based on insights he had from the unconference he discusses whether mashups can make their developers rich. F…

February 27th, 2006
at 2:46 am
Comment by: neoMarketing.TV weblog

Mashupcamp: Damn I visited Google headquartes – now I hate my job

[Summary] Onur Kabadayi is giving the flavor of the 2nd day of mashup camp live from Mountain View, CA with some photos and comments on the event. After some "speed geeking"
, and networking, he starts mashing up Google homepage which eve…

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