I have made a resolution for the new year to blog more about things I am thinking about and working on along with where I will be and where I have been.
So this coming month is quiet until the 3rd week. Then there is the Personal Archiving conference and an event about a new reputation system.
ID Collaboration Day is happening February 27th the Monday of RSA week. We are expecting a good group from a range of organizations. We are in the same venue as last year Blacklight Ventures at Mission and South Van Ness. IIW/Identity Commons is collaborating with Kantara Initiative and OASIS IDTrust. I suspect that NSTIC will be a major topic of conversation.
Ping Identity is having its major party on Monday evening at the ROE Night club upstairs lounge at 651 Howard starting at 9pm.
Strata is also this week – O’Reilly’s data conference. I spoke at their online conference in the summer on personal data running a good panel with a highly relevant introduction and well faciltiated panel on personal data that I helped pull together. I submitted several different proposals touching on different aspects of data and people and the technologies developing in the ecosystem. Apparently non-qualified but then O’Reilly and company are still trying to find women speakers who are qualified for their events (they talked about it at two events I facilitated/attended in January the Community Leadership Summit West and She’s Geeky in January). I am honestly confused and didn’t submit any proposals to OSCON in part for this reason.
Then it is SXSW. I am flying out on Wednesday with my long time friend Axil who is getting of an airplane form Asia that day. I will be there until Sunday. Saturday Mike Shwartz from Gluu is hosting what look to be good community connecting events.
Personal Data Lightning Round
Date: Saturday March 10 from 1pm – 3pm
Lunch will be served at this informal lightning round. If you want to present your product, service or project in 5 minutes, stop by and drop your name in the hat. 12-15 lucky individuals, selected at random, will get the spotlight from 1:30 – 3:00. Topics must be personal data or identity related. If you go over 5 minutes you’ll be pelted by the audience with foam icosahedron stress balls.
Date: Saturday March 10 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm
German inspired malted beverages and other refreshments from local producers will be served at this informal identity and personal data networking event. Date: Saturday March 10 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Sunday I fly to London for the Gartner Identity and Access Management Conference where I will be keynoting Monday the 12th at the end of the day. My talk is going to cover the Identity Spectrum and how Personal Data tools and services can reduce the toxic issues for companies storing personal data about people.
I fly to DC on the 13th and attend the 2nd day of the NIST-IDTrust conference on the 14th. Then the OASIS IDTrust Steering Committe has a face to face meeting on the 15th and I fly back to my home in the Bay Area.
On the 16th Friday I fly to Australia and land on the 18th Sunday in the morning. My cousin’s (my dad’s sister’s kids will pick me up and I am taking the family photos I have from our shared grandparents house down with me). I am speaking at Digital Identity World Australia on the 20th and working with Steve Wilson on an IIW like conference either on the 19th or 22nd. I am flying back on the 23rd to SFO (I so wish I could stay longer).
There is “tiger team day” just before the STL-Partners New Digital Economics event that should be a good event covering the emerging ecosystem.
Between now and then we will publish two more Personal Data Frontiers (we are thinking about changing the name to Journal) and I am working on a jointly published report with STL-Partners on the Personal Data Ecosystem Landscape.
IIW #14 is happening May 1-3 – early bird registration is Open.