Monthly Archives: January 2005

Owen's up

I’m adding another link: Identity Commons founder and president Owen Davis, who together with co-founder Andrew Nelson (who’s still working on his blog) convinced me to become an Identity Commons trustee. Owen’s done much more than thinking about the requirements … Continue reading

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Personal Digital Identity

Simon Grice has put up a blog aggregator called Personal Digital Identity (which Simon calls “PDI”). I get the clear sense that since last October’s Digital Identity World, PDI has been coming into its own as a distinct subset of … Continue reading

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It's all about linking…

In my first post I said “it’s all about naming”. And it is. But it’s also all about linking. The two are inseparable, as I hope to explore here in various ways over the next weeks, months, years. But to … Continue reading

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It's all about naming…

Danny Weitzner of W3C once told me that when he arrived there as Technology and Society Domain Leader, one of the technical staff gave him a tutorial about Web architecture and said, “It’s very simple, really — it’s all about … Continue reading

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