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David Christiansen | May 2009 Entries
The OpenID levees break: Everyone’s OpenID accepted on Facebook

Facebook will momentarily add yet another feather to their bow by becoming the biggest example of a social network accepting OpenID from other companies.

It is maybe now, more than ever we should expect websites to care more about verifying the age and identity of their customers – now that one of the largest in the market has widely accepted a technology that makes asserting verified claims SO easy.

Posted On Monday, May 18, 2009 10:14 PM

Lions and Tigers – End of Safari evaluation
So today see’s the end of my week long attempt to use an online bookstore search in replacement of my habitual use of Gooooogle. All in all it was a relative success. We were certainly able to find the topics we were looking for – but as expected, Safari was able to best answer questions on ‘best practise’ and ‘how should be approach x’. Where Google steps forward was exposing the real world experiences actually implementing those practises, thanks to the world of Blogging and Forums. Has to be said ......

Posted On Monday, May 11, 2009 10:37 AM

OpenSocial – Being forward, to move the social web forward …
Signing up to OpenSocialthis afternoon I found that their registration page shows a woman being a bit more sociable than I was expecting. Not sure how this constitutes toward ‘Moving the social web forward’ – but she certainly is ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 5, 2009 12:52 PM

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