Monthly Archives: May 2012

Jennifer Cobb on the Promise of Personal Clouds

On my last post, I said one of my five key takeaways from the last IIW was that “personal clouds have arrived”. One of the IIW attendees I quoted in that post was Jennifer Cobb of Spruce Advisors. She’s now … Continue reading

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My Five Key Takeaways from the Best IIW Yet

I’ve done very few blog posts this year due to the speed at which I’ve been running with Connect.Me and Respect Network (more about that at the end of this post). But three weeks after it ended, I’m doing a … Continue reading

Posted in Connect.Me, Identity Commons, Open Identity Exchange, OpenID, Personal Cloud, Personal Data Ecosystem, Social Web, XDI, Respect Trust Framework | 2 Comments

Support Standard Information Sharing Labels

One more a tip o’ the hat to Phil Windley for saving me a thousand words. He’s wonderfully articulated the reasons you should support Joe Andrieu’s Kickstarter project for the Standard Information Sharing Label. Phil sums it up perfectly: Just like we have … Continue reading

Posted in Digital rights, Identity Rights Agreements, Personal Data Ecosystem, Privacy, Respect Trust Framework | 2 Comments