- n. Plural form of mashup.
“It's more than a two-source hypothesis - you have the score, a multitude of recordings, and increasingly musical samples used in mashups, films, other numbers.”
“And with emerging technologies like YQL, people can now build arbitrary mashups from the HTML on your homepage, without even having to know about your custom API.”
“We run club Bootie, basically, the world's biggest mashup club night and one of our most recent self-produced mashups is called "Believe in Sexual Eruption" which is Cher's Believe mashed up with Snoop's R-rated version of Sensual Sedution which was called Sexual Eruption.”
“One of the more widely reported mashups is the flood maps from flood. firetree.net that shows coastal areas prone to sea level rise due to global warming.”
“More pumpkin mashups: How to build a robotic Dalek pumpkin and Making a pirate Jack-O'-Lantern.”
“Two hugely popular "mashups" -- homemade videos that humorously juxtapose material from different sources -- that are currently making the rounds on the Internet seek to ridicule James Cameron's visually ravishing and ideologically awkward new blockbuster, "Avatar.”
“Two hugely popular "mashups" -- homemade videos that humorously juxtapose”
“Maybe the machine-processable web that we see in mashups, API’s, RSS, microformats - the so-called “lightweight” stuff that I’m forever writing about - maybe that’s all we need.”
“So-called mashups combine disparate data sources in novel ways -- using Google Maps to plot sightings of the McDonald's fast-food chain's elusive McRib sandwich, for example.”
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