Monthly Archives: March 2005

Kim's the real thing

Eric Norlin posted a great piece about Kim Cameron as the news started to come out about InfoCards (an MS codename) this week. Kim himself explains how the story started coming out without anyone ever checking with him. I just … Continue reading

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The calm before the storm

Why so quiet of late? First because the OASIS XRI TC was completely heads-down finishing the XRI 2.0 specifications. They were unanimously approved as a Committee Draft on March 14, and now have entered a 30-day public review period (required … Continue reading

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Extending Identity Mgmt's Realm

John Fontana of Network World just published a nice article in CIO Today called Extending Identity Management’s Realm that points out the central role identifiers play in identity management infrastructure, especially when it is extended beyond people to “all things”. … Continue reading


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