Tag Archives: Glubble

The power of OpenID

[disclaimer: this post is related to my work as CEO of Glubble] Yesterday was a big day for Glubble, a private social network for (extended) families including small children. We introduced the ability to register and log in to Glubble … Continue reading

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Times have changed, I’ve joined Glubble

[disclaimer: this post is both personal and work related] A few months ago I wrote on this blog that times were changing. I had just left my job at KPN, the largest Dutch Telecom Operator, and I was thinking about … Continue reading

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Browsing can be a family experience

The past few weeks I have been testing a new Firefox extension called Glubble. Disclaimer: I know the people behind the Glubble team and I am a fan of their work. Just a quick line on what Glubble is. Glubble … Continue reading

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