So it seems slashdot is full of interesting identity related stories this week.
We have the ‘spying into laptops when you cross the boarder’ story from the NYTimes. (any container is searchable this means your hard disk on your lap top [I suppose avoiding this search is one of the advantages to storing information in the cloud]) It also speaks to the need for technology folks to get more involved in shaping the law.
You can blog in China with a pseudonym but only if you register using your ‘real name’
How we organize ourselves to do work together – are worker owned co-ops an alternative to the corporate form for successful open source development.
Ponderings on the Metaverse as the next big thing. It is an area that I think we in the identity community need to become more literate in because some of the legal, social and economic issues they are tackling are the same ones we are.
Election Mashups on google Earth.
Regaining one’s voice after loosing it the story of Scott Adams, Dilbert’s Writer.