Monthly Archives: May 2005

XDI and Homeland Security

I haven’t blogged much about XDI yet, in part because it’s not as far along in the standardization process at OASIS as XRI. This will start changing as the first early XDI data sharing applications start surfacing (hint hint). In … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Dataweb, General, XDI

I-Names: Some Practical Answers

Attendees at DIDW 2005 last week received a free 50-year global personal i-name (an “=name”) courtesy of Identity Commons. This is part of the early i-name registration program also sponsored by XDI.ORG, 2idi (i-broker for the program), Cordance (my employer), … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, General, Identity Commons, Practical I-Names

Key talks at DIDW 2005

A quick note before it fades from memory: three of the best talks at DIDW 2005 were Kim Cameron’s summary of the Seven Laws of Identity; Jamie Lewis’s annual state-of-the-industry appraisal; and Scott Cantor’s overview of the Shibboleth effort. Kim … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, General, Identity Commons

Foxtrot on Wikipedia

Leave to Eugene Kim (of PurpleWiki fame) to spot this Foxtrot about Wikipedia. You know it’s becoming mainstream when Foxtrot starts mentioning it…

Posted in Blogging, General, Identity Commons

I-Name/LID Interop Demo

Another Digital ID World news item from Owen Davis, Identity Commons president: The folks at ooTao have built a demo version of i-names interoperating with the LID protocol. Ff you go to the ooTao demo page you can: 1) create … Continue reading

Posted in General, Identity Commons, XDI, XRI

Constitutional Amendment Recognizing Digital Identity

I just received the following in email from Jaco Aizenman, XDI.ORG trustee: On May 9, ten Costa Rican Congresswomen/men presented a Constitutional amendment to add a new human right to the Bill of Rights (derechos fundamentales): the right of having … Continue reading

Posted in General, Identity Commons, Social Web

The Laws "Live"

I intended to make this my first live blogging entry from Digital Identity World this week, starting with Kim Cameron’s talk on the Laws of Identity. As expected, it was packed (in fact it needed a larger room — at … Continue reading

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