Learning from Specific Mashups


Before you set out to build your own mashups, you’ll study some specific examples in this chapter. Mashups combine content from more than one source into a new integrated whole. You can understand a specific mashup by answering a number of basic questions:
  • What is being combined?

  • Why are these elements being combined?

  • Where is the remixing or recombination happening?

  • How are various elements being combined (that is, first in the interface but also behind the scenes in the technical machinery)?

  • How can the mashup be extended?


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