Bob Frankston Says Mashups are Terrific… It’s the Owners of the Pipes Who Are Preventing Programmers from Going Nova

February 20th, 2006 |

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The Mashup Camp at the Computer Museum in Mountain View California is the scene for programmers seeking new ways to make the web better, i.e., Web 2.0. Bob Frankston, whose picture is on the wall at the museum [he co-invented the first spreadsheet in the late 70s] stopped by the PodTech table to chat about mashups and things to come. PodTech’s Jason Lopez sat down with Bob for the podcast. More here from Dan Farber


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