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Weekly Digest for 2009-10-30

[ECM] Microsoft SharePoint Team Blog: SharePoint 2010 Features (includes taxonomy and folksonomy) http://j.mp/4GcGRm [space] RT @NASA: Ares I-X new targeted launch time is 10:54 EDT. Must launch by noon or scrub. Winds looking bad. [mashup] RWE: IBM Makes Another Commitment To Mashups | Commentary: TheContentGuy http://j.mp/1qVGxk [education] SA Blog: Why Johnny can’t hypothesize: a discussion […]

ReadWriteEnterprise: IBM Makes Another Commitment To Mashups

Alex Williams posted at ReadWriteEnterprise today on IBM’s latest mash-up offering, the Mash-up Center, which provides connections with web services including Cognos BI through the Cognos 8 Mash-up Service, and allows users to create mash-ups by dragging and dropping Google Gadgets into the Mash-up Center.

There is nothing new under the sun. IBM has been dabbling with mash-up technology for several years now. I had seen the previous incarnations demo’d at IOD (going back to 2006 and 2007) and the Enterprise 2.0 conference (2007), among other venues. Earlier monikers included Mash-up Toolkit, Mash-up Fabric, Mash-up Framework, etc. Read more…