Monthly Archives: April 2007

Mike Jones Issues Himself

Mike Jones, anchor of the Microsoft Cardspace team along with Kim Cameron & crew, has moved into the blogosphere. I’ve referenced his home page in MS Research (where he used to be) in many blog posts, but now I can … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, CardSpace, General, I-Cards

Eve Gets the Venn of Identity

Speaking of great posts and great pictures, I think Eve Maler’s recent Venn of Identity diagram is the best thumbnail picture of “Internet identity space” I’ve ever seen. She credits both Johannes Ernst and Paul Madsen for the progenitors. Eve’s … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, CardSpace, General, OpenID, SAML

Talking XRI with Phil Windley and Scott Lemon

Last week I had a long talk about XRI with Phil Windley and Scott Lemon that they just posted as an IT Conversations podcast. If you ever wanted to know the full XRI story from start to finish (verbally, at … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, General, Practical I-Names, XRI

Victor Finally Writing Turtles All the Way Down

Victor Grey, co-founder of i-broker 2idi with Fen Labalme, has always been one of my favorite cats in the identity universe, but you need to know him well enough to coax out his deep wisdom. Now that he’s blogging, you … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, General, I-brokers, OpenID