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Remixes, Mashups in the news

Remixes (now more often called Mashups) are in the news this morning. The Wall Street Journal has an article about the Chirag Mehta’s US Presidential Speeches Tag Cloud.

Chirag has a story about the story on his blog: ‘Blog for Tuesday, January 23, 2007. We covered the site earlier here: remix: US Presidential Speeches Tag Cloud.

And the New York Times has an online application that is similar to Chirag’s: The Words That Were Used.

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