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Recombinant Services are services that combine and glue, rip and hack, slice and dice existing web-accessible services (of any kind, we're not the SOAP club here) to produce something new, be it exciting or utterly boring. On this page I'll collect some exemplars of this (not totally, but still) newfangled species.

The point is: Thanks to loose coupling and simple interfaces (which often aren't even designed as interfaces for automatic processing) and the Free Flow of The Datastream™, cool things can emerge, bottom-up, without the constituents knowing anything about each other. Be ready to witness a cambric explosion.

What warrants inclusion? The more services and/or data sources combined, the better. The more creative the combination, the better. Infrastructure-level services (like Google or weblogs.com, which in principle are recombinant services as well) will be spared a mention. Rankers and Aggregators, however, are usually very much welcome.

If you've catched a servicing creature not yet on display in this zoo, please lose no time and notfiy me immediately.


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