Monday, September 10, 2007

mtvU and Cisco Launch Innovative Digital Applications Developed by College Students

Cisco And mtvU Make Use Of Apps Developed By Students: After a year, mtvU and Cisco are set to launch a series of web applications stemming from their joint Digital Incubator funding project. The Digital Incubator program awards college students up to $250,000 in grants for the development of online applications. Some of the new interactive projects that have been activated include: RapHappy.com, an NYU project aimed at aspiring rappers, the online and mobile-phone-based hip-hop community site lets members record, collaborate, search and listen to freestyle or written raps, without any need for software or file uploading; Launchosiris.com, an MP3 visualizer using song lyrics to generate music videos with images taken from Flickr and a user’s own hard disk; Selectricity.org, an online ranking community from MIT; and HowDoISayThis.com, an advice wiki from UCLA.
http://money.cnn.com/news/newsfeeds/articles/prnewswire/NYW06405092007-1.htm

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