Monthly Archives: October 2006

Eve riffs on SAML, OpenID, XRI, and privacy

In my book Eve Maler’s about as cool as it gets. XMLGrrl was not only one of the inventors of XML, but deeply understands many of its richest applications from DocBook to SAML. And she’s been a pioneer in applying … Continue reading

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Blog-Driven Micromarketing

I receive a contact request through my contact page today to look over a new published guide to preventing identity theft at the Your Credit Advisor blog by Jimmy Atkinson. Not knowing the site, I didn’t know what to expect, … Continue reading

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