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gnizr Mashup Tools Used in EPA Extreme Social Networking Challenge
EPA?s Symposium Participants Challenged to Use Gnizr and Other Mashup Tools to Collect Vital Environmental Information in an Acc
By: SOA News Desk
Nov. 26, 2007 04:00 PM
EPA’s symposium participants were challenged to use gnizr and other mashup tools to collect vital environmental information in an accelerated collaboration
A challenge was issued to participants at the EPA
Environmental Information Symposium 2007 to use mashup tools to collect and
share the best information, ideas, and resources related to the protection of
The Puget Sound Information Challenge was initiated by the EPA’s Assistant Administrator for Environmental Information, Molly O’Neill, and the Chair of the Puget Sound Partnership Leadership Council (former EPA Administrator) Bill Ruckelshaus. The Challenge, to collect information specific to the environmental issues facing the region, has obvious application to other domains. “gnizr allows a vast group of multi-discipline users to quickly create an emergent base of knowledge about any topic of interest, utilizing any and all Web resources that are needed to comprehensively complete the information picture for the topic,” said Harry Niedzwiadek, Image Matters CEO.
As an open source project, gnizr allows developers worldwide to participate in creating the industry’s most advanced Web mashup and social bookmarking framework with spatial capabilities.
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