Here is a podcast on Mashups from Richard Wallis' Library 2.0 Gang (The Library 2.0 Gang is a regular monthly round-table podcast hosted by Richard Wallis of Talis)
Inspired by the inspirational mashed library 2009 unconference'Mashed Oop North' which I was gutted to miss last week. –
"Tallin Bingham, Marshall Breeding, Nicole Engard, and Frances Haugen - in discussion "mashups depend on data being reliably available from within the library system and other external services in a form that is easy to understand and consume. The mashup phenomena has spread so quickly because they are so easy to produce and the library world needs to follow that trend by agreeing some conventions for the exposure of data - biblographic, usage, statistical, etc. – in a way that it easy for others to consume."
Library Mashups 07/08 [00:52m]:Download
Talis have adopted a very open approach to web 2.0 in libraries and are engaged in lots of interesting initiatives -take a look at their Panlibus blog