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Laws of Identity

When digital identity ceases to be a pain in the ass, we can thank Kim Cameron and his Seven Laws of Identity, which he wrote in 2004, formally published in early 2005, and gently explained and put to use until … Continue reading

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The gentle lawgiver

This is about credit where due, and unwanted by the credited. I speak here of¬†Kim Cameron, a man whose modesty was immense because it had to be, given the size of his importance to us all. See, to the degree … Continue reading

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From meat space to meet space

We’re 19 days away from our 30th Internet Identity Workshop, by far the best Open Space¬†unconference I know. (Okay, I’m biased, since I’m one of its parents.) For the first time since 2006, it won’t be happening at the Computer … Continue reading

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