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Amazon A9 OpenSearch Mashups

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50 Shops50Shops.com allows buyers to tap into the wisdom of crowds to help with their buying decisions. Site users can see which products their friends are buying or browsing and ask other users for feedback.  
alkemis local nycNYC Live Traffic Cams, Yahoo Traffic News, Flickr images, del.icio.us links, and A9 Blockview Photos.  
BaeboBrowse, search and purchase products from Amazon's entire product catalog, compare them against eBay listings and Yahoo! shopping. Get via RSS feed or WML on Blackberry.  
BookJettySearch Amazon books with Singapore National Library Board catalogue information.  
JookeboxMusic mashup that pulls in data from iTunes, Amazon, YouTube, and ticketing sites to provide a full music experience. Login required.  
MarcellusAn online video management service to publish, manage and deliver online video.  
Music.Podfire.orgA music information aggregator that displays music news, album information, music videos, artists photos, music genres and tags for each artist.  
OpenSearch KlipA klip for KlipFolio which uses the OpenSearch API to search numerous websites  
preciseNewsBreaking news and colorful commentary every few minutes, 24-7.  
preciseTechnologySite aggregating breaking science, technology news and colorful commentary every few minutes.  
Roomshare JapanRoommate classified in Tokyo and Japan. English/Japanese bilingual. The most active roomshare matching service in Japanese (both by Alexa and Google Trends for websites)  
SecretPrices.comComparison shopping site with deal, rebate and coupon information. Customer reviews and product information from Amazon.com and Epinions.com.  
SpendfishSpendfish uses the Amazon API to find deals on amazon.com.  
Tweets And DiggsSearch results for both Twitter and Digg.  
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