Intel Tech Talks :: 13Nov07 (Video)
Intel® Mash Maker is an extension to your existing web browser that allows you to easily augment the page that you are currently browsing with information from other websites. As you browse the web, the Mash Maker toolbar suggests Mashups that it can apply to the current page in order to make it more useful for you. For example: plot all items on a map, or display the leg room for all flights.
These are videos of Intel® Mash Maker in use. Videos are currently only available in Windows Media format, but we hope to have other formats available soon, for Mac and Linux users.
All in one Video
This video combines several example mashups into one video.
Intel® Mash Maker is an extention to your existing web browser tat allows you to easily augment the page that you are looking at with information from other web sites.
While our long term aim is that Mash Maker should be so easy to use that one does not need to look at documentation, in the short term some documentation is needed, particularly for people creating new mashups, or people trying to work out how Mash Maker works.
The Basic Interface
There are several levels at which one can use Intel Mash Maker. We anticipate that the majority of Mash Maker users will use only the basic user interface features described in this document.
The basic user interface provides enough features to allow a user to apply mashups to the pages they browse. The user will need to use more advanced features if they want to create new mashups or teach Mash Maker about the semantics of a page.
Like any tool that allows users to share information, it is possible for users to abuse Mash Maker, whether by creating content that is offensive, or that abuses copyright.
All users should be aware of our abuse policy: