Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Second Personal Cloud Meetup

[UPDATE: See the detailed writeup on this meetup (including highlights from all 7 talks) posted to the Respect Network website.] The first Personal Cloud Meetup in San Francisco last month was so successful that the second one is upon us already. Hosted by … Continue reading

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The Real Killer App for Personal Clouds

I’ve been working for several years now on building infrastructure for personal clouds (that’s the entire goal of the Respect Network based on the Respect Trust Framework). I’ve helped design, discuss, and debate dozens of powerful new apps for personal clouds (see several that were … Continue reading

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Book as API: A Perfect Job for XDI

When we first started working on XDI at OASIS in 2004, the goal was a standard format and protocol for data sharing. We were thinking mostly about the data that was already in databases and other conventional data sources. But now … Continue reading

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