One of the interesting things about cloud computing as a disruption to "traditional IT" is the experimentation and innovation it encourages. Take the new cloud aggregators.
The Amsterdam-based start-up uses a Firefox extension to pull in activity from all kinds of music services from iTunes to Grooveshark.
Facebook, Evite, MySpace, Upcoming, Meetup, and Google Calendar listings can now be fed into the invitation start-up, founded by Friendster creator Jonathan Abrams.
AOL wants its Bebo service to become a social network aggregator for everyone.
Sony is finally marrying digital content with it's devices. Is ubiquity on the way?
The social-networking site is venturing into the increasingly crowded news aggregation business.
With a slick design and presentation, news aggregation site lets editors select and summarize the top stories of the day.
Apparently, a destination site for 100-word abstracts of news stories wasn't a viable business plan. The site closes its doors after running "out of money."
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