March 25th, 2008

Mapdango tops Mashup Camp charts

Mapdango, a slick mapping mashup from Portland-based CartoSoft that has always impressed me, has now impressed a whole heck of a lot more people—including some folks down in Mountain View, CA—by winning the Best Mashup at Mashup Camp.

According to Andres Ferrate, CartoSoft’s Head Honcho and the development power behind Mapdango [Editor: Emphasis is mine]:

There were some great mashups in the contest, including several location-based product availability mashups, some mobile mashups (very cool to think about the emerging possibilities of mashing stuff around for devices), iMovie mashups, a Flickr history mashup, and more. Unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to see all of the mashups that were competing. Nice to think the little mashup from Portland gave those Silicon Valley mashups a run for the bling bling.

For more on Mapdango and other geospatial magic, visit CartoSoft.

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3 Responses to “Mapdango tops Mashup Camp charts”

  1. Matt King says:

    If I hear of another company with the name ending in ‘dango’ I’m going to hurt someone.

  2. Rick Turoczy says:

    (Quietly scrubs launch plans for Silicon-Florist-dango)

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