Monthly Archives: October 2005

He Crys Ubiquity

Craig Burton makes a highly cogent point about widespread adoption of Internet identity infrastructure. So cogent that I’m going to repeat the whole thing here: (To a Marley regaee beat) I, I ,I cry ubiquity… Ubiquity rules. Identity 2.0 is … Continue reading

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XRI, XDI, and Web Services

I just returned from an inspiring meeting with a number of Identity Gang folks about the legal, social, and policy foundations of an identity metasystem. One of the most eye-catching presentations was Dick Hardt’s video of his OSCON talk on … Continue reading

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