February 20, 2006
Discussion Topics at Today's Mash Up Camp
In the style that Berlind had hoped, there was no set agenda for Day 1 of their Mash Up camp. Session topics were being created throughout the day and added to the 'main schedule board,' depending on what interested attendees.
At any time, you could add a new session you wanted to lead in an open time slot if there was an open room.
Some of the topics that people added included: rapid development platforms, creative commons and mashups, widgets and containers, mobile mashups, monetization and business models, eBay and Amazon web services, API: best practices, Microformats: can your website be your API, XDI: creating the dataweb, identity management and security, privacy, storage, VoIP, mashups for social change, wiki: tagging and Intranet search, and how mashups fail.
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