Tag Archives: OpenID

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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A User-Centric Web needs brand agnostic service providers

A User-Centric web is by design a brand agnostic web when it comes to identity. There is only one brand, and that is you. The current web causes different types of problems that can be lead to possibly 2 design … Continue reading

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Is Yahoo getting back into the game?

I’m wondering if Yahoo is slowly getting back into the game. They have incredible amounts of traffic to their sites but never seem to be able to convert it into great services and loads of revenues, when compared to a … Continue reading

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Opening up your Social Graph

John Battelle pointed me to an excellent post by David Recordon from SixApart. He talks about the possible privacy and security issues in sharing information on the Internet. He argues rightly that your Social Graph (your list of friends and … Continue reading

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