See the ETel Mashup Contest Winners

John Musser, March 5th, 2007

ETelWhat happens when you offer cash prizes to developers in order to create telephony-based mashups? We found out last week at the O’Reilly ETel Emerging Telephony Conference where they and StrikeIron announced the winners in the O’Reilly Media and StrikeIron Telephony Mashup Contest (see our previous coverage). And as it turns-out, there were some very good entries. Who won? You can now see the top three in our directory:

  • Third Place: FishLign: Demo social app using StrikeIron Driving Directions and LignUp Recording, TTS and Personalization to perform Click2Call and allowing community members to receive voice messages without disclosing their actual phone numbers and advertisers can offer voice callbacks to site visitors. By Claire Umeda and Dharmesh Desai of LignUp.

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3 Responses to “See the ETel Mashup Contest Winners”

March 5th, 2007
at 8:01 am
Comment by: eTel Contest Winners « wirelessness

[...] eTel Contest Winners For those of you keeping score at home, see the ETel Mashup Contest Winners. [...]

March 5th, 2007
at 5:11 pm
Comment by: Mi otro blog… » Blog Archive » Teqlo y las plataformas para hacer mashups

[...] Además de Teqlo y Yahoo! Pipes, existen otras plataformas para realizar mashups como Proto, Dapper y OpenKapow, de las cuales podréis encontrar una comparativa en un reciente artículo de Techcrunch. Por otro lado, para ver qué tipo de cosas pueden hacerse con mashups os recomiendo un artículo de ProgrammableWeb que describe los mashups ganadores en ETel. Por cierto, ¿soy la única a a la que el logo de Teqlo le recuerda al símbolo de la serie Heroes? [...]

March 7th, 2007
at 1:45 pm
Comment by: See the ETel Mashup Contest Winners « Technology

[...] See the ETel Mashup Contest Winners [...]

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