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Nick Reynolds Nick Reynolds | 12:56 UK time, Monday, 7 July 2008

Mashed08: London, June 21/2 2008More Mashed activity is starting to surface. Rob Foreman follows up on the BBCi Labs blog:

After the talk on Saturday morning, several developers were interested in learning MHEG and turning their interactive TV ideas into reality. MHEG is the open standard middleware used on Freeview and Freesat and increasingly in other countries...

Tristran Ferne has links to some radio related mashed hacks on the BBC Radio Labs blog.

Martin Belam has started a series of posts analysing BBC Topics.

Steve Bowbrick thinks that the six month delay in the launch of Project Kangaroo might turn out to be a good thing. (The OFT press release is here).

David Black of the Trinity Mirror says on the Guardian's Organ Grinder blog.that the BBC's plans for expanding its local websites and adding video are "an unnecssary waste of public money".

Nick Reynolds is editor, BBC Internet blog



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