I got a request for the images I posted in “Personal Anchors on the Web for Digital Identity” from David Larlet to use in a slide presentation in France. I decided to open them up and post them here. Below are versions with english text and a version without english text.
WOW this is really intense. The freedom to meet and organize is FUNDAMENTAL to what it means to be a citizen in this country. This was in slashdot headlines and is quite shocking. MySpace and other social-networking sites like LiveJournal.com and Facebook are the potential targets for a proposed federal law that would effectively require […]
During Gates Keynote he brought up the guys from myspace to talk about how they have used ASP.NET to scale well. They are also building a photo ‘gadget’ (in Apple land we call these widgets I think).that is just like 1001 for flickr. As they were leaving the stage – Marc Canter hollered out “Give […]
Danah Boyde has a great post about Face Book – (an online social network only for those how are in college.) This paragraph really stood out for me because it highlights the social phenomena that those of us who typically work in digitial identity do not really ‘do’ – DIGITAL IDENTITY PERFORMANCE… The Facebook is […]