Google Mashups Using Flickr and Google Earth
Mitchell C. Brown, University of California Irvine November 2, 2007
Presented at: Getting the Gist of GIS: Geographic Information Systems and Related Technologies for the Curious Academic Librarian, CARL Seal-South and ABLE-South Fall Program , Oviatt Library, California State University, Northridge.
A mashup is a web application that combines data from more than one source into a single integrated application or tool. This example will use cartographic data from Google Maps and Google Earth to add location information to photographs taken in New Orleans, LA, creating new and distinct web services not originally enabled by either source.
The term “mashup” originally referred to the practice in popular music of DJs producing a new song by mixing two or more existing pieces.
Presentation in PDF - Poster and Meeting Notes.