Mashups

Phase
Plateau of Productivity
UMN Assessment
No Investment Needed
Time Frame
Less Than 2 Years
Last Updated on Jul 31, 2014

Combining content from two or more different sources to produce either an entirely new, derivative work; or a criticism/re-expression on the theme of the original source(s) is popularly called a "mashup." Although the practice may be best known in association with audio-visual media (e.g., in the contexts of image manipulation and music/video re-composition), it refers more broadly to the combination of data from any source.

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