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This fall the New York City Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting will celebrate its 40th anniversary with the publication of a book, Scenes From The City, and a series cultural events across the city. But in addition they have created an excellent web mashup: Scenes from the City Interactive Map.
UK-based Talis who have announced the winners in their Mashuping Up the Library Competition 2006. The contest was intended to "openly encourage innovation in the display, use, and reuse of data from and about libraries." They had 18 entries, all of which are listed over in their forum (and will get listed here at ProgrammableWeb).
At Mashup Camp last week each attendee was given one wooden nickel with which to vote for their favorite mashup. Then on both days there was a "Speed Geeking" session during which attendees rotated through the Great Hall getting 5 minute demos from each of the 20+ mashup contestants.
Just a quick pointer to this interesting writeup by Peter Nixey at Webkitchen about the design and architecture of his mashup Eventsites. Why is it interesting? Because his application uses no server-logic or database of its own, just pure AJAX and web-services.