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What's wrong with OpenID? - Quora
"The short answer is that OpenID is the worst possible "solution" I have ever seen in my entire life to a problem that most people don't really have. That's what's "wrong" with it."
openid  security  identity  web  technology  internet  from delicious
december 2010 by robertogreco
Google Profiles Turn Into OpenIDs
"As part of its push to go more social, Google has been attempting to unify its various account profiles into one Google Profile. And now it’s more useful. Google’s Brad Fitzpatrick has just tweeted out that Google Profiles can now be used as OpenIDs.
openid  open  google  socialnetworking  technology  online  profiles 
november 2009 by robertogreco
Facebook in 2010: no longer a walled garden - O'Reilly Radar
"My prediction is that by the end of the year Facebook will become the most open social network on the social web. I believe that not only have they now found business value in doing so, but also truly believe that the next phase of their mission, "to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected" requires that they do so. This means that anyone building a business based on the notion that Facebook will remain a walled garden and won't adapt - as was true with traditional media when blogging came about - will have their world turned upside down this year. Disagree if you like, but my second argument is that if Facebook does not seriously embrace these ideas this year that their current position of dominance will be usurped."
facebook  open  openid  authentication  predictions  socialnetworking  google  socialnetworks  socialmedia  walledgardens  oreilly  business  myspace 
march 2009 by robertogreco
OpenID Explained
"OpenID is different from how you log in today and will probably throw you off a little bit. We're here to help you learn what makes it useful and how to use it."
tutorials  openid 
january 2009 by robertogreco
Soon it will be time to start over, again (Scripting News)
"So the new folks, freshly funded, hire lots of people, young’uns like themselves who are doing it The New Way. They ship some products & while the users are happy & excited about all the cool new things they can do with the new generation, now that they’re freed of the limits of the previous one, they still want all the features they had come to expect in the old days. No problem! The new companies hire more people & they add all the features of the old generation. Feature wars follow, and the users get bored & a new generation of techies comes along, takes a look at the current stack, finds it too daunting (rightly so) & decides to start over from scratch. Round & round & round we go...The trick in each cycle is to fight complexity, so the growth can keep going. But you can't keep it out, engineers like complexity, not just because it provides them job security, also because they really just like it."
davewiner  complexity  technology  cycles  business  development  innovation  facebook  google  startups  culture  trends  software  via:javierarbona  openid 
december 2008 by robertogreco
The End Of Online Anonymity - ReadWriteWeb
"The truth is, giving up our online anonymity may not be all bad - we'll have a convenient, portable friend graph, for example. We can burn our notebook filled with our usernames and passwords. Our search data will be easily accessible from one place. But for the convenience of a simple login, searchable personal data and web history, and social networks filled with friends, we'll have exchanged a bit of who we are in the process. We'll pay for our services on the new internet with our identity and personal information. When the companies we sold ourselves to use it for their own benefits, our outrage will come too late. We'll only have ourselves to blame."
readwriteweb  anonymity  privacy  internet  online  freedom  web  law  security  information  socialmedia  authenticity  openid  rights  anonymous  identity  trends 
december 2008 by robertogreco
Obama Puts Change.gov Under Creative Commons - ReadWriteWeb
"Last week Barack Obama's Presidential transition website Change.gov added OpenID login for commenters and now the entire site has been put under a Creative Commons license. These concepts are no longer just the dreams of "crack-pot fringe case" advocates - they're the official policy of the US President Elect."
creativecommons  open  barackobama  copyright  openid  readwriteweb  government  politics  2008  socialmedia  change.gov 
december 2008 by robertogreco
Chi.mp
"building a flexible, permanent home for your online identity on your own domain. You own and are in control of the facets of your digital life, not any one service provider. One place for your profile, your contacts & content, where you have control over
identity  open  openid  platform  social  socialnetworking  via:adamgreenfield 
april 2008 by robertogreco
wikinear.com, OAuth and Fire Eagle
"wikinear.com...It’s a simple site that does just one thing: show you a list of the five Wikipedia pages that are geographically closest to your current location. It’s designed (or not-designed) to be used mainly from mobile phones."
fireeagle  gps  maps  openid  wikipedia  locative  location-based  location  mobile  phones  geography  mapping  googlemaps 
march 2008 by robertogreco
OpenID Splash
"You already enjoy a bunch of great services with your Yahoo! account. With OpenID, your Yahoo! account now lets you go beyond Yahoo!. Plus, the free Yahoo! Sign-In Seal will help protect you from password theft, also known as phishing."
openid  yahoo  usability  security 
january 2008 by robertogreco
Giant Global Graph | Decentralized Information Group (DIG) Breadcrumbs
"whichever device I use to look up bookmark, phone, office wall, it will access situation-appropriate view of integration of everything I know about that flight from different sources...websites involved will be secondary things,...network & devices terti
timberners-lee  socialsoftware  socialnetworking  socialmedia  socialgraph  net  mobile  semanticweb  software  technology  web  web2.0  online  openid  opensocial  google  graphs  global  complexity  internet  portability  information  semantic  portable  social 
november 2007 by robertogreco
disambiguity - » Design Ethics - Encouraging responsible behaviour
"Sure, they *say* they’re not going to store or use that information… but are you really willing to take them at their word? Are you willing to TRUST Facebook (or any other site) that much? We don’t really think much about this when we’re giving a
email  ethics  facebook  identity  privacy  security  trust  ux  experience  portability  contacts  openid  socialsoftware  socialnetworks  socialnetworking  socialgraph 
november 2007 by robertogreco
DataPortability.org - Share and remix data using open standards
"Standardized Data Portability is the next great frontier for the web. As users, our identity, photos, videos and other forms of personal data should exist outside of any proprietary tool or vendor. We need a DNS for Identity. A distributed File System fo
data  apml  networking  openid  opml  portability  socialnetworking  standards  technology  socialsoftware  socialnetworks  open  rss 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Attention Profiling: APML Beginner's Guide - Robin Good's Latest News
"In this beginner's guide to APML I talk you through the basics, how APML fits into a wider trend as we move towards a smarter "semantic web", and how you can make use of it today in your day to day web surfing and information seeking."
attention  privacy  profile  profiling  online  internet  openid  personalization  data  semantic  semanticweb  metadata  apml  open  rss  opml 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life - Facebook: The Social Graph Roach Motel
"When it comes to contact lists (i.e. the social graph), Facebook is a roach motel. Lots of information about user relationships goes in but there’s no way for users or applications to get it out easily. Whenever an application like FacebookSync comes a
socialgraph  api  applications  code  collaboration  communication  community  development  distributed  information  networking  networks  open  openid  people  portability  privacy  profile  socialnetworking  social  socialsoftware  socialnetworks  relationships  reputation 
september 2007 by robertogreco
zengestrom.com: Opening up the social graph
"People look for two qualities in this type of infrastructure provider: 1) critical mass and 2) ethics. It should appear stable enough that it's reasonable to expect it to stick around...and since we trust it with our data its intentions have to come acro
socialgraph  api  applications  code  collaboration  communication  community  development  information  networking  networks  open  openid  people  portability  privacy  profile  socialnetworking  social  socialsoftware  socialnetworks  relationships  reputation  facebook  jaiku  identity  standards  distributed  google  ambientintimacy  ambient  jyriengestrom 
september 2007 by robertogreco
Brad's Thoughts on the Social Graph
"People are getting sick of registering and re-declaring their friends on every site., but also: Developing "Social Applications" is too much work."
socialgraph  api  applications  code  collaboration  communication  community  development  distributed  information  networking  networks  open  openid  people  portability  privacy  profile  socialnetworking  social  socialsoftware  socialnetworks  relationships  reputation 
september 2007 by robertogreco
Slap in the Facebook: It's Time for Social Networks to Open Up
"It's time to take our personal data out of Mr. McGregor's little gardens and put it back where it belongs -- free and open on the open web....anyone can create a page that includes all of the fun stuff found in a Facebook profile. (using Flickr, del.icio
attention  blogging  commons  community  criticism  culture  facebook  socialnetworking  socialsoftware  myspace  flickr  del.icio.us  open  opensource  openid  networks  networking  mososo  mobile  internet  iphone  technology  portable  privacy  identity  free  opinion  standards  software  data  socialnetworks  usability  twitter  reading  aggregator  social 
august 2007 by robertogreco
idproxy.net - use your Yahoo! account as an OpenID
"idproxy.net lets you use your Yahoo! account to sign in to sites that support the OpenID standard"
hacks  identity  openid  yahoo  api  authentication  services  security  internet  web 
january 2007 by robertogreco

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