The Connect.Me Blog

With Connect.Me finally having a public-facing beta signup process, even though we’re otherwise still in stealth, we’ve started a Connect.Me blog to start explaining what Connect.Me the company is about. The first post explains our overall focus on personal data and trust frameworks, an issue highlighted by this week’s TIME Magazine cover article.

Today’s post is a set of Connect.Me stories from SXSW, the Disneyland of social media, which had a strong set of sessions around the personal data issue.

So if you want to follow the progress of Connect.Me , that’s where I’ll be covering it. Equals Drummond will remain focused on my standards work; broader topics in Internet identity, data sharing, and trust; and those personal topics I cover from time to time (like the films I’m crazy about).

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About Drummond Reed

Internet entrepreneur in identity, personal data, and trust frameworks
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