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BBC Dimensions: How Many Really? – Blog – BERG
"One of the concepts was called ‘Dimensions’ – a set of tools that looked to juxtapose the size of things from history and the news with things you are familiar with – bringing them home to you.<br />
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About a year ago, we launched the first public prototype from that thinking, http://howbigreally.com, which overlaid the physical dimensions of news events such as the 2010 Pakistan Floods, or historic events such as the Apollo 11 moonwalks on where you lived or somewhere you were familiar with.<br />
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It was a simple idea that proved pretty effective, with over half-a-million visitors in the past year, and a place in the MoMA Talk To Me exhibition.<br />
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Today, we’re launching its sibling, howmanyreally.com"
berg  berglondon  history  data  howmanyreally?  socialmedia  mashup  2011  comparison  numbers  context  howbigreally?  from delicious
september 2011 by robertogreco
Steve Jobs and the Rewards of Risk-Taking - NYTimes.com
"The academics identify five traits that are common to the disruptive innovators: questioning, experimenting, observing, associating and networking. Their bundle of characteristics echoes the ceaseless curiosity and willingness to take risks noted by other experts. Networking, Mr. Gregersen explains, is less about career-building relationships than a search for new ideas. Associating, he adds, is the ability to make idea-producing connections by linking concepts from different disciplines — intellectual mash-ups."
questioning  experimenting  experimentation  observation  observing  association  associating  networking  curiosity  disruptiveinnovation  stevejobs  2011  risktaking  tcsnmy  ideas  mashups  mashup  interdisciplinary  generalists  crossdisciplinary  crosspollination  halgregersen  from delicious
september 2011 by robertogreco
pecha flickr
"Can you improv? Enter a tag, and see how well you can make sense of 20 random flickr photos, each one on screen for 20 seconds."
classideas  pechakucha  flickr  mashup  improvisation  fun  from delicious
may 2011 by robertogreco
Stroome.com | mix it up. mash it out.
"Welcome to Stroome, the world’s most collaborative video editing community. Upload videos, share clips, then mix it up and mash it out. Thousands of clips, hundreds of collaborators, unlimited possibilities"
video  collaboration  mashup  editing  tools  onlinetoolkit  stroome  from delicious
february 2011 by robertogreco
Dotspotting
"There's currently a whole chain of elements involved in building digital civic infrastructure for the public, & these are represented by various Stamen projects & others. At the moment, the current hodgepodge of bits—including APIs & official sources, scraped websites, sometimes-reusable data formats & datasets, visualizations, embeddable widgets etc—is fractured, overly technical & obscure, held in knowledge base of a relatively small number of people, & requires considerable expertise to harness. That is, unless you're willing to use generic tools like Google Maps, & agree to terms of service which allow them to share your content w/ other people. We want to change this. Visualizing city data shouldn't be this hard, proprietary, or generic.

So the first part of this project is to start from scratch, in a 'clean room' environment. We've started from a baseline that's really straightforward, tackling the simplest part: getting dots on maps, without legacy code or any baggage."

[Quote from: http://content.stamen.com/working_on_the_knight_moves AND http://content.stamen.com/knight_news_challenge_update ]
stamendesign  maps  mapping  stamen  mashup  dotspotting  aaronstraupcope  from delicious
december 2010 by robertogreco
Everything Is a Remix
"This site is a companion blog to the four-part video series, Everything is a Remix. The first episode of the series has been published and part two should be complete around the end of this year."

[via: http://www.openculture.com/2010/09/everything_is_a_remix.html via http://twitter.com/willrich45/status/24562804816 ]

[Related: A line that didn't make the cut for my Back to School Morning talk this year: There is nothing new under the sun. We build on the work of others. The NMY program is just our remix (blend) of what we consider to be the best ideas in learning and education from throughout history—Socrates, Dewey, Illich, Freire, Montessori, Postman, Ward, Holt, Meier, Kohn, Darling-Hammond, et al.]
tcsnmy  lcproject  remix  remixing  creativity  copyright  art  culture  mashup  music  video  documentary  cv  unschooling  deschooling  publicdomain  comments  remixculture  from delicious
september 2010 by robertogreco
: Flavors.me
"Flavors.me allows anyone to create an elegant website using personal content from around the web. Ideal for personal homepages, lifestreaming, splash and microsites, celebrity fan pages, commercial promotion, brand marketing – and everything in between."
flavors.me  webdesign  portfolio  diy  mashup  trends  lifestreaming  lifestream  aggregator  profile  design  glvo  webdev 
january 2010 by robertogreco
Twitmark – Social bookmarking 140 characters at a time
"Twitmark is a social bookmarking service which fetches links sent on Twitter by you and your friends, bookmarks them and republishes them to your favourite bookmarking service."
twitter  del.icio.us  diigo  bookmarks  bookmarking  mashup  socialnetworking  via:javierarbona 
june 2009 by robertogreco
Optimal Home Location [via: http://news.cnet.com/8301-17939_109-10114589-2.html]
"* Find your family's specific Optimal Home Location that minimizes your combined commute. Save on gas and avoid traffic frustration.
maps  mapping  realestate  mashup  community  housing  lifestyle  green  relocation  local 
december 2008 by robertogreco
You Are Not Here...is an urban tourism mash-up.
"It takes place in the streets of one city and invites participants to become meta-tourists of another city. Download a map, take your phone with you and go tour Gaza through the streets of Tel Aviv or Baghdad through the streets of New York."
mapping  googlemaps  baghdad  iraq  telaviv  nyc  location  location-based  arg  virtual  tourism  society  globalism  geography  digitalstorytelling  mashup  narrative  mobile  phones  cities  interactive  urban 
june 2008 by robertogreco
TwittEarth :: Live Twitts all over the world
" This mashup was powered by TarGz, _pil_, Thomas and Christophe from Digitas France SA ( http://www.digitas.fr ). We made it just for fun, we hope you enjoy it. Feel free to follow us on Twitter. Feedback and comments are welcome by email."
twitter  mashup  earth  visualization  3d  maps  mapping  world 
june 2008 by robertogreco
Last.fm + YouTube = music tv goodness
"This is a mashup of Last.fm and YouTube made by Tim Bormans. It’s best described as an online music television based on your taste."
music  YouTube  mashup  last.fm  audio  tv  via:cityofsound  lastfm 
may 2008 by robertogreco
[this is aaronland] What if web pages “foxed” like paper?
"I love slippy maps as much as the next person but...I have a paper fetish...I mean, I hate the Internet. At least the web. And probably electricity...still worming my way through the boring details that grow like barnacles on the side of the Papernet."
maps  mashup  paper  python  design  papernet  mapping  slippymaps 
february 2008 by robertogreco
Toy Chest (Online or Downloadable Tools for Building Projects) - UCSB English Department Knowledge Base
"toys humanities students&others w/out programming skills can use to create interesting projects. Most...free or relatively inexpensive...books, essays, digital projects--that illustrate kinds of projects software thinking tools/toys might help create."
books  onlinetoolkit  collaboration  tools  education  humanities  thinking  freeware  download  computers  software  learning  reference  mapping  mashup  communication  community  research  online  teaching  technology  lists  internet  english  via:preoccupations  tcsnmy  visualization  data  code  humanitiescomputing  digitalhumanities 
january 2008 by robertogreco
[this is aaronland] del.icio.us maps
"marker can dragged around map to correct location...double-click the marker - loads the del.icio.us posting interface in iframe passing geocoded + lat/lon data...In addition it sends some extra marker tags, notably del:bookmark=geo."
mapping  maps  python  webapps  del.icio.us  bookmarks  geotagging  geography  location  location-based  nokia  mashup 
december 2007 by robertogreco
TED | Talks | Larry Lessig: How creativity is being strangled by the law (video)
"brings together John Philip Sousa, celestial copyrights, and the “ASCAP cartel” to build a case for creative freedom...pins down key shortcomings of our dusty, pre-digital intellectual property laws...reveals how bad laws beget bad code"
larrylessig  readwriteweb  children  capitalism  cc  commons  copyright  creativity  culture  democracy  freedom  learning  law  legal  property  ip  rights  technology  society  piracy  opensource  music  media  ted  activism  meaning  mashup  remix  content  communication  digital  commonsense  writing  film  video  computers  economics  politics  marketing 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Sputtr. Custom Search
"Welcome to Sputtr. A refreshingly clean way to search the things that matter the most.
search  aggregator  web2.0  webapps  mashup 
october 2007 by robertogreco
The world on your desktop | Economist.com
"As the internet becomes intertwined with the real world, the resulting “geoweb” has many uses"
cartography  maps  mapping  internet  web  online  data  information  geography  geotagging  googleearth  landscape  mashup  surveillance  technology 
september 2007 by robertogreco
OUseful Info: And Then There Were Three, Err, Four, RSS Mashup Tools
"DAMIA - Data Mashup Fabric for Intranet Applications is IBM's new rival to the graphical feed mashup offerings from Yahoo (Pipes) and Microsoft (Popfly), and the text based environment from Google (Google mashup editor)."
rss  ibm  mashup  feeds 
september 2007 by robertogreco
Yahoo! MapMixer
"The world is a big place. There are thousands of maps out there that provide unique details about any given destination. MapMixer is a new site that combines those maps with Yahoo! Maps to give you a better view of the world."
maps  mapping  yahoo  usability  usergenerated  mashup  geography  geotagging  googlemaps  cartography  api  webapps  web2.0 
september 2007 by robertogreco
LastGraph: Home
"This is LastGraph, a web-based system for making pretty wavegraphs of your Last.fm musical profile. The charts have time along the horizontal axis, and number of plays on the vertical; think of it as sort of a stacked line graph, but centered, smoothed,
lastfm  music  visualization  datavisualization  data  charts  aggregator  statistics  graphics  generator  information  infodesign  listening  mashup  graphs  last.fm 
september 2007 by robertogreco
Anywhere.FM
"Anywhere.FM is a powerful music player that makes it easy to: # Upload your entire music collection # Play it anywhere on the best web music player # Discover new music through Friend Radio"
aggregator  music  online  playlists  radio  sharing  socialnetworking  social  songs  itunes  free  onlinetoolkit  streaming  lastfm  mashup  mp3  last.fm 
august 2007 by robertogreco
Flickr Set Manager
"Flickr Set Manager allows you to automatically create new sets on Flickr based on various criteria such as interestingness, date posted and tags, or even from a random set of photographs."
flickr  generator  automation  howto  mashup  photography  tools 
august 2007 by robertogreco
FeedBlendr - blending RSS, Atom and RDF feeds into a single river of news!
"FeedBlendr lets you combine a bunch of feeds into one. Enter the URLs of any RSS, Atom or RDF feeds (news, blog, podcast or any other type) you'd like to blend into a single feed below."
aggregator  applications  blogging  blogs  del.icio.us  feeds  lifehacks  links  mashup  online  internet  services  rss  remix  tools  web  web2.0  website  webdesign  technology  tags  software  webdev 
july 2007 by robertogreco
ShapeWiki
"ShapeWiki provides: *a point-and-click interface to make it easy to define shapes on top of a map *a tagged repository of shapes anyone can browse *import / export mechanisms so you can use the shapes in your own application"
geotagging  gps  mapping  maps  mashup  shapes  geography  commons 
may 2007 by robertogreco
onetimeline
"A search engine that finds events in history and displays them to you as a time line."
timelines  history  search  mashup  time  visualization 
may 2007 by robertogreco
Del.icio.us Pecha Kucha presentation creator
"Create a Pecha Kucha presentation from your last twenty del.icio.us bookmarks."
pechakucha  presentations  del.icio.us  fun  bookmarks  slideshow  socialsoftware  mashup  tools  social 
february 2007 by robertogreco
The Ecstasy of Influence (Harpers.org)
"Today, when we can eat Tex-Mex with chopsticks while listening to reggae and watching a YouTube rebroadcast of the Berlin Wall's fall—i.e., when damn near everything presents itself as familiar—it's not a surprise that some of today's most ambitious art is going about trying to make the familiar strange. In so doing, in reimagining what human life might truly be like over there across the chasms of illusion, mediation, demographics, marketing, imago, and appearance, artists are paradoxically trying to restore what's taken for “real” to three whole dimensions, to reconstruct a univocally round world out of disparate streams of flat sights."
toread  plagiarism  creativecommons  writing  literature  modernism  culture  remix  reuse  content  copyright  collaboration  citation  teaching  popculture  democracy  creativity  creative  criticism  mashup  media  music  news  online  originality  libraries  ethics  research  science  reading  property 
february 2007 by robertogreco
VUVOX - Your Visual Voice
"VUVOX can enable you to create personal, collaborative & emotive expressions using your own digital media – including video, photos, music and text."
collaborative  mashup  media  video  photography  sharing  presentations  storytelling  tools  onlinetoolkit  social  visualization  narrative  online  powerpoint  youtube 
february 2007 by robertogreco
SplashCast: Channel Yourself Across the Web
"SplashCast enables anyone to create streaming media 'channels' that combine video, music, photos, narration, text and RSS feeds. These user-generated channels can be played and easily syndicated on any web site, blog, or social network page. When channel
aggregator  broadcast  collaborative  community  film  flash  flickr  free  journalism  mashup  video  text  rss  sharing  social  software  youtube  media  movies  multimedia  online  streaming  blogs  onlinetoolkit 
february 2007 by robertogreco

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