It's that time again — Internet Identity Workshop 2007B

I’ve never been part of a self-organizing community as large or as effective as the Internet Identity Workshop. If you care about the emerging user-centric identity layer for the Internet – or even if you only only care about the applications that are possible on top of that layer (which frankly are a whole lot sexier than the infrastructure), then don’t miss this next one, Dec. 3-5 at the Computer History Museum. I know of more groups pre-planning sessions for this IIW than ever before, including sessions on Higgins 1.0 (due out at the end of the year), new Identity Commons Working Groups, the new XRI Resolution 2.0 specification (note that the final-final link will be available before IIW), and XDI-RDF.

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About Drummond Reed

Internet entrepreneur in identity, personal data, and trust frameworks
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