2006/06/05

User Centric Identity

I just gave a talk at AOL about user centric, distributed identity, titled "Identity 2.Open" just to draw the punters. This came out of various thoughts I've had regarding opnness and authentication, and from the recent Internet Identity Workshop 2006(a).  Fair warning: There may be a podcast up sometime soon, in which anyone who cares to do so can listen to me butcher explanations about identity, security, and game theory.

This was also my first foray into the S5 slide show system. I gave up on PowerPoint when it refused to accept .PNG images.  I mean, come on guys, it's only been about 10 years since PNG was introduced.  Sheesh.  S5 works great, though I would love to see a few more generic themes that I could snag and use without working on visual designs.

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2 comments:

  1. *Sigh* the podcast is up at

    http://www.aolmountainview.com/podcast/m/aol24.m4a

    It's so late, I don't even know if I can apologize for it. But the information is definately not outdated!

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  2. *Sigh* the podcast is up at

    http://www.aolmountainview.com/podcast/m/aol24.m4a

    It's so late, I don't even know if I can apologize for it. But the information is definately not outdated!

    ReplyDelete

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