Quite some heterogeneous collection: IETF specs & drafts for URL schemes, python based components for libraries and archives, a nice example for map based visualization of data (genealogy data), the best framework (widget-based) to bring information based services to the mobile phone i’ve seen so far (and i’ve seen a lot) and finally a service that allows you to become your own mobile operator with a couple of clicks (unfortunately US only, german copycats please start your engines):
This document specifies URL (Uniform Resource Locator) schemes “tel”, “fax” and “modem” for specifying the location of a terminal in the phone network and the connection types (modes of operation) that can be used to connect to that entity.
This memo specifies a URI (Universal Resource Identifier) scheme “sms” for specifying a recipient (and optionally a gateway) for an SMS message.
Components for libraries and archives:
textualize reusable software components for libraries and archives
Map based data visualization:
Geogen steht für “geographische Genealogie”, was so viel bedeutet wie ortsbezogene Ahnenforschung. Mit dem Webdienst können Sie Landkarten über die Verbreitung von Familiennamen in Deutschland erstellen.
Mobile widgets framework:
Mobile Operator as as self-service:
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