PART/Flickr mashup with Yahoo Pipes

You may have seen some mention recently of Yahoo Pipes. As Bill Thompson describes it, Pipes “lets you take a data feed such as the result of a web search, or an RSS feed from a blog or news site, or a set of tagged photos on Flickr, and transform it to produce the outcome you want.”

I’ve been having a little play with the system, and it is remarkably easy to use. Here’s a PART (Production And Research in Transliteracy)/Flickr mashup that reworks the PART blog through related Flickr images –

Not sure if this transliteracy, but it’s certainly fun.