Friday, November 30, 2007

My Faves for Thursday, November 29, 2007

Wow - OpenId support in Blogger. AOL will need to shift gears to stay in the OpenId race. This is really big news for OpenId advocates.

When you link this with Opensocial developments things start to get really interesting!

Quoted: Google's Blogger in Draft program that tests functionality for Google's popular Blogger blogging platform has rolled out OpenID support for comments. The new ...

[tags: openid, google, it, OpenSocial, Commentary]

Cory is so spot on with this assessment. We need our email to become more intelligent - not just in blocking spam but in helping us ignore stuff we aren't interested in.

Quoted: The next big leap forward in the history of the Internet is happening now: Internet Evolution ( is a Web 2.0 online publication dedicated to gauging the impact of the Internet on every aspect of life as we know it. A cornerstone of the site is the Thinkernet - an interactive forum where an invited assemblage of the Internet's leading minds blog and exchange opinions, while interacting with our audience via message boards.

[tags: it, rss, search, email, Commentary]

In the Enterprise context search and authentication get complicated quickly and are tightly inter-related.

[tags: search, it, blog, enterprise, Commentary]

Boy do we need OpenId. Userid and Password management is getting out of hand.

I have been working with a company where the more I find out the more it seems like they interpreted Single Sign-on as meaning a single sign-on for each system and not one sign-on for all systems!

[tags: it, identity, openid, Commentary]

See the rest of my Faves at Faves

No comments:

Post a Comment