Tag: identity

  • The Facebook Timeline in the New York Times

    I’m quoted in the New York Times article about the global release of the Facebook Timeline: “We’ve all been dropping status updates and photos into a void,” said Ben Werdmuller, the chief technology officer at Latakoo, a video service. “We knew we were sharing this much, of course, but it’s weird to realize they’ve been […]

  • Identity: the contexts of the future

    This TEDx talk by Kaliya is worth watching:

  • Identity, contact management and federated social networks

    Last week, Doc Searls reflected that everything being worked on at the Internet Identity Workshop is meaningful to CRM: It just occurred to me that everything being worked on at IIW is meaningful to CRM. I had been thinking that only the VRM stuff was meaningful, but I realize now that all the IIW stuff […]

  • Identity progressives and identity conservatives

    4chan‘s moot, aka Chris Poole, stood up at the Web 2.0 Summit yesterday and painted a more complex picture of identity: “The portrait of identity online is often painted in black and white,” Poole said. “Who you are online is who you are offline.” […] But human identity doesn’t work like that online or offline. […]