Have you ever felt like a website would be just perfect if it added one more feature or information element? Then your essentially interested in building your own mashup.
Mashups are all the thing in Web2.0. Most of them combine Google maps with some other information source and post the new service on a new website.
If the site offers APIs and uses XML based standards such as RSS, you can build your own mashup. Except that you have to be a programmer to get there.
Wouldn't it be much easier if you can add information without worrying about the underlying technology? Meet Intel's MashMaker, a research project from Intel Labs that will do just that.
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