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Mapanno.com – Mashing Up Contents & More

A visit to the Mappano website is a good idea in the event you wish to integrate media together and come up with some mashups to make your site or blog stand a cut above the rest. Essentially, the site provides a web-based service for creating visual content by mashing up images that are hosted on services such as Flickr or 23. The website describes the whole process as creating a graphic or image that is covered with visual tags....

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Locvideos.com – Find Videos By Location

In the same way that Leonard Cohen sang “there ain’t no cure for love”, one could perfectly sing “there ain’t no end to video sites”. If you don’t believe it, try carrying out a search of video sites on the web and see what comes up. One of the latest online endeavours to join the club is the LocVideos portal. But as its name suggests, this site has a minor twist: you can visualize videos which are location and category specific. An...

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Vidified.com – Create & Customize Videos

Vidified is a video site that enables members of the online community to share their very own mashups. The premise is quite simple, as the featured videos enable the site user to place his face inside them. The videos that make up the site were either created by the Vidified team or purchased. The site also includes videos that have been submitted by members of the community for others to use. The process for creating a mashup is...

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PaintMap.com – Exploring the World Through Art

With Paintmap, you can get to know the world through paintings. Think Panoramio, except instead of panoramas, there are paintings. Basically, PaintMap has geolocated works of art throughout the world, allowing users to globetrot via famous and not so famous pieces of art. Paintings are generally real world objects rendered in oil and water colors. Users visiting the site are able to learn more about the artistic activities in an area...

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FriendFeedSpy.com – Spy On Friend Feed Content

FriendFeed Spy, engineered by the creator of Twitter Spy, is a simple mashup that uses popular content-sharing stie FriendFeed’s API in order to allow its users to “spy” on what others are posting on the original site. Upon arriving at the home page, you’ll be presented with a real-time list of what FriendFeed users have shared in the past few seconds. You can see the user name, type of content posted along with where it was posted,...

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