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Wending your way through Web 2.0

Yahoo lets loose a new mashup tool, and an MIT gathering looks at the business side of Web-based apps.

Yahoo lets loose a new mashup tool, and an MIT gathering looks at the business side of Web-based apps.

Beta Web service Yahoo Pipes is designed to make it easier to manipulate data feeds from Web sites in creating applications.
February 8, 2007

ZDNet blog What happens when a novice (in other words me) tackles Yahoo Pipes? It's a train wreck.
February 8, 2007

ZDNet blog Who knew that an RSS remixer would become so popular on its first day that the site would be down due to a crush of visitors?
February 8, 2007

Webware blog Out here, entrepreneurs want to reach the enterprise. In Silicon Valley, we're more interested in building YouTubes and Diggs.
February 7, 2007

Maturing advertising models and lower costs of distribution lay the path for an explosion of Web video, say panelists at an MIT forum.
February 7, 2007

Webware blog So-called user-generated content is being built into the business models of forward-looking media companies, experts said.
February 7, 2007

Webware blog The small team has really thought through the mechanics of taking audio shows and porting them to a phone.
February 7, 2007

Webware blog On the relatively new video-sharing site devoted to product reviews, users videotape rants or raves and post them for all to see.
February 7, 2007

Webware blog Brightcove CEO Jeremy Allaire talks about how to start a technology business today.
February 7, 2007