Yahoo! pipes seems like an interesting application. I will try it out and will post my take on it. But let’s see what others have to say about it:
Yahoo! Launches Pipes — It takes effort to explain the significance of an important product who’s immediate benefit to consumers may not be so obvious, and the awkwardly named ‘pipes’ from Yahoo! is no exception. The product name is taken from the world of UNIX where a pipe is a conduit …
Author: Nik Cubrilovic
Yahoo! Pipes: Unlocking the Data Web — For far too long now RSS has been used in ways that don’t really tap its true potential. Being able to syndicate my favorite headlines or blog posts is great. In fact, it helped to kick off a revolution in personal on-line publishing that is still growing and evolving.
Source: Jeremy Zawodny’s blog
Author: Jeremy Zawodny
Yahoo! Pipes remixes the syndicated web — Yahoo! released Yahoo! Pipes tonight, a visual editing interface for web feed manipulation and reconstruction. The Pipes team, part of the Yahoo! Advanced Products group, has spent some time looking at how people consume syndicated content …
Source: Niall Kennedy’s Weblog
Author: Niall Kennedy
Yahoo Pipes — Background: Yahoo’s launched an interesting and innovative new service, Pipes, which lets users with a relatively low degree of technological expertise combine structured sources of web data such as feeds. In this way, it’s possible for non-experts to create new web services for their own use or for public consumption.
Source: Anil Dash
Pipes and Filters for the Internet — Yahoo!’s new Pipes service is a milestone in the history of the internet. It’s a service that generalizes the idea of the mashup, providing a drag and drop editor that allows you to connect internet data sources, process them, and redirect the output.
Source: O’Reilly Radar
Author: Tim O’Reilly