5000 Mashups

Adam DuVander, August 9th, 2010

Last week our mashups directory passed a new milestone, number 5000. Maps are still by far the number one type of mashup, but by slightly less than the snapshots of our previous milestones, as the directory has grown to include many types of mashups. Along the way, we’ve seen some prolific developers and there have been big wins for a number of mashups.

Phone Poll Mashup Acquired by SurveyMonkey

Adam DuVander, June 24th, 2010

The defacto standard for online surveys, SurveyMonkey, just added phone polling to its services. What’s remarkable about the addition is that it came via an acquisition. The company now owns Precision Polling, a site for creating and executing polls over the phone.

Developers: Twitter Wants Your Feedback

Michael Manoochehri, June 16th, 2009

TwitterThe many developers who use the Twitter API have built thousands of creative applications that have certainly exceeded anything that Twitter’s founders could have initially imagined when the API was released (for examples of some of these applications, check out our growing list of hundreds of mashups that use the Twitter API).

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