Future of Mash Ups
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Mashups of everything imaginable are appearing all over the internet, from blogs and real estate, to social networking and traffic news. Information is now being repurposed in ways never thought possible before. In the course of structuring our approach through the future of mashups, you can find below the questions that we thought of.
"The Web was originally designed to be mashed up," says Google Web developer Aaron Boodman.
4. Ethics and Morals
RESEARCH QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Before we get to the scenarios, let's focus on the underlying reasons for the mashup phenomenon.
Below is the outcome of an out-of-the-box thinking session we had about mashups. We tried to eloborate on the different forces that have effect on the mash-up system.
As a result, we mainly concluded on the existence of four predominant elements that have effect on the dynamics of the mashups: Society - Technology - Industry - Legal/Government.
High level abstract of the four major elements & Mashup system:
System diagram of Mashup:
The group focused on three scenarios altogether, what would the outcome be if mashups were very successful, misused or continued to develope slowly as is the present situation.
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