U of MN professor teaching the session – also works at IBM.
First mashup – Mapdanjo. In the words of one participant “most crap thrown up in one place”
Again, audio/visual problems in this session (same room as last session).
Some of the mashups allow for integration of behind the firewall information as well – he’s referring to Google though as “the google” which is entertaining… Google Maps can also be brought inside the firewall completely through some of their licensing options…
IBM has an internal Map Analytics ‘2008’ application with a whole ton of options – but unfortunately it appears to be internal only at the current time… The capabilities are pretty impressive though…
Solutions could look like: Trusted secure reusable information services + web 2.0 + data visualization. Everything from metadata and web 2.0 information merged with various business problems to create unique internal mashups…
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