In mid-October I had the opportunity to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing for the first time. Here is a link to the paper that I presented – MarketModels-GHC Here are the slides Ethical Market Models in the Personal Data Ecosystem I also had the pleasure of working on a Birds of a Feather […]
This is the first in a series of posts that cover the Field Guide to Internet Trust Models Paper. The paper was presented at the University of Texas at Austin ID360 Conference in 2013. This paper was collaboration between myself and Steve Greenberg. I had an outline of all the Trust Models and worked with […]
Read Write Web’s Marshak Kirkpatrick just posted a great article outlining the issues with the Carrier IQ issues that have surfaced. It also includes an extensive quote from me about how data has value and it needs to be accessed in ways that are in alignement with people.
I had a great week at Telco 2.0 the week before IIW. STL partners has been running Telco 2.0 events for a few years focused on new business models for that industry. They have honed in on the potential to provide services to people to collect and manage their own data. This […]
I was the first person Van asked to speak at the Community Leadership Summit West Ignite talks. I was the last person to submit my slides. I have a lot to say about community but I had a hard time figuring out exactly what to say. I knew I wanted to talk about the identity […]
Update: This blog post was written while reading the first draft released in the Summer of 2010. A lot changed from then to the publishing of the document in April 2011. Here is my answer to the NSTIC Governence Notice of Inquiry. And an article I wrote on Fast Company: National! Identity! Cyberspace! Why you shouldn’t […]
I gave this talk at the 10th Internet Identity workshop reviewing the shared history, language, understanding and work we have done together over the last 6 years of community life. Internet Identity Workshop 10 – Introduction to the User-Centric Identity Community View more presentations from Kaliya Hamlin. Part of this presentation touched on a timeline […]
This is cross posted on Fast Company. The Obama administration open government memorandum called for transparency participation, collaboration and federal agencies have begun to embrace Web 2.0 technologies like blogs, surveys, social networks, and video casts. Today there are over 500 government Web sites and about 1/3 of them require a user name and password. […]
I was asked by Bill Johnson of Forum One Networks to kick off the discussion on the next Online Community Research Network call this week with the topic Identity for Online Community Managers – drawing on the presentation that I put together for the Community 2.0 Summit. I cover the basics of how OpenID, OAuth […]
I presented this slide show at the Oxford Internet Institute meeting in April that considered A Global Framework for Identity Management. You could sum it up this way – “stuff happens in peoples lives and the need the freedom to go online and get support for those things and not have it all linked back […]
This year there are 2200 panels submitted for 300 slots. It is great they are going with community generated ideas for the conference. It is also hard to tell what will be happening in our fast moving industry 7 months from now. PLEASE go to SXSW create an account and then vote for these two […]
Bob’s Relationship Paper is now available. If you haven’t read it yet – you should. It articulates a key point about the challenge regarding the current frame of social networks – relationships are just lines on a graph rather then being nodes that hold information about the nature and parameters of the relationship.