Please see the prior post and the post before about how we got to discussing this. We can not forget that the Holocaust was enabled by the IBM corporation and its Hollerith machine. How did this happen? What were these systems? How did they work? and particularly how did the private sector corporation IBM end […]
So, Just when we thought the Nym Wars were over at least with Google / Google+. Here is my post about those ending including a link to an annotated version of all the posts I wrote about my personal experience of it all unfolding. Facebook decided to pick on the Drag Queens – and a […]
My response, two years ago to the NSTIC (National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace) Program Office issued Notice of Inquiry about how to govern an Identity Ecosystem included a couple of models that could be used to help a community of companies & organizations in an ecosystem co-create a shared picture. A shared co-created picture is […]
Ok, now we know what is wrong 🙂 Google is on the [autism] spectrum. “The obstacles primarily exist in the realm of social interaction. The fundamental problem is akin to blindness, as the term social blindness suggests.” They keep doing well meaning but awkward feeling things because well they know how to technically but it […]
Following my post yesterday Google+ says your name is “Toby” not “Kunta Kinte”, I chronicled tweets from this morning’s back and forth with Tim O’Reilly and Kevin Marks, Nishant Kaushik, Phil Hunt, Steve Bogart and Suw Charman-Anderson. I wrote the original post after watching the Bradley Horwitz (@elatable) – Tim O’Reilly (@timoreilly) interview re: Google+. I found Tim’s choice of words about the tone (strident) and judgement […]
This post is about what is going on at a deeper level when Google+ says your name is “Toby” NOT “Kunta Kinte”. The punchline video is at the bottom feel free to scroll there and watch if you don’t want to read to much. This whole line of thought to explain to those who don’t […]
Seeing that Google+ is approving mononyms for some (Original Sai, on the construction of names Additional Post) but not for others (Original Stilgherrian Post Update post ). I decided to go in and change my profile basically back to what it was before all this started. I put a ( . ) dot in the […]
We need to bring this struggle to Google IRL (In Real Life – physical, real world, meet space). Here is my thinking on why and my ideas about how. WHY: Even women with privileged access to Google insiders and who have real name handle combinations are not getting reinstated.
Just reading more posts people are pointing at and surfacing re: google+ and erasure. I was “erased” today (from being able to use Google+ not my gmail account) but this isn’t about me, its about the Persona’s. You know IRL (in real life) when people kill you they suffer legal consequence, here with real persona […]
There are many definitions of trust, and all people have their own internal perspective on what THEY trust. As I outline in this next section, there is a lot of meaning packed into the word “trust” and it varies on context and scale. Given that the word trust is found 97 times in the NSTIC […]
The Many Goals for the Identity Ecosystem & NSTIC Governance The NSTIC governance NOI articulates many key activities, qualities and goals for a governance system for NSTIC. NSTIC must: convene a wide variety of stakeholders to facilitate consensus administer the process for policy and standards development for the Identity Ecosystem Framework in accordance with […]
This info graphic is from a Uynisys Survey 70% of people cared most about securing their personal data. This diagram is from the Unisys Security Index Survey.