This is a post IDs: where do they lead … ? by Bill Anderson that is great. Bill and I were introduced by Jerry Michalski – (sociate) and have had quite a few great conversations over the past year. He did this post in early December that I just found. I though you would enjoy […]
Johannes and I put together the Identity Speed Geeking BOF at O’Reilly Emerging Telephony. It was a great success we had about 20 folks and 5 demonstrations.
I posted this on the Identity Gang list back in October. Dick Hart made the assertion that there was no such thing as post post-modernism. I had to chime in.. because it does indeed exist and it relates to identity. Modernism has its origins in the enlightment ‘rationalism’, absolute structure and finding ‘the truth’. Post-Modernism […]
While we will be hanging out at Syndicate this week singing “Kum Bah Ya” about new “standards” for micro content and structured blogging and the announcement about i-tags. There is an impending “identity powder keg” that could go off this week in Califorina (and across the country) with the pending execution of Tookie Williams on […]
This is the first of what we hope to be an annual event about Digital Identity and Human Rights covering social issues, policy and legislation in this arena. The goal is to foster international cooperation on virtual rights through high quality dialogue and deliberation between legislators, researchers, service providers, and citizens. The symposium will begin […]
To prepare to talk with Susan Crawford I thought I would scan her three year old blog for any menitons of Identity. It turns out that Susan has done some extensive thought about identity and in particular in the context of online gaming. She has a link to a paper – Who’s in Charge of […]
One of the things that I remembered I had to catch up on and start following more was Jaco’s work in Costa Rica around Identity Rights. This is Drummond’s post on the passage of real legislation in this area.