Monthly Archives: September 2005

DataTao is coming

Andy Dale has started to blog about where all this XDI stuff is going at ooTao: DataTao. DataTao is (to my knowledge) the first pure data sharing service. In other words, any individual or organization with an i-name will be … Continue reading

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Virtual Rights Institute

Jaco Aizenman, an XDI.ORG trustee, has helped found the Virtual Rights Institute (VRI). As he writes me: VRI is inviting everyone that wants a metasystem become a reality in a way that the individual is empowered. “Everyone” includes people from … Continue reading

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Mary and Phil on I-Names

My sparcity of posts in August equates directly to the intensity of work going on right now on the XRI 2.0 specifications at OASIS. After the XRI 2.0 Committee Draft 01 specifications were approved by the XRI Technical Committee (TC) … Continue reading

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