Mozilla Ubiquity

Asa Raskin talks about Mozilla Ubiquity, which, in a nutshell, allows users to create mashups using natural language commands. It’s still alpha and prototypical, however, if they get this to work in the way demonstrated, it will be an extremely powerful tool, and one which may eventually bring mashups into the mainstream.

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  1. […] however, when you’re browsing it’s extremely useful. (It reminds me a little of Ubiquity, but the ease of the mouse-based interaction is easier than remembering keyboard shortcuts.) Juice […]

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