This week is Internet Identity Workshop XVI in Mountain View, California, and just in time! It is my first time but it definitely will not be my last. The amount of raw talent in the room is amazing and even though the event name seems rather focused on one topic, the scope of disciplines represented is extremely broad. Everyone’s day job seems to be in a related field and most people I’ve met are involved on an informal basis with at least one related project other than the day job. A number of people have plausible solutions to things I had begun to believe nobody was even looking at. I’ll actually sleep a bit easier at night thanks to some of the conversations I’ve had here. It’s that good. Most of the sessions will have some notes recorded on the Wiki so this post will relate a few things I’ve learned that are not likely to make the wiki.
- What I learned at Internet Identity Workshop XVI (So Far)
- The best Tesla Roadster money can’t buy
- Culinary Alchemy – Part 2 of the Nosy Store Clerks saga
- VRM as root of sovereignty
- Spam origin experiment
- Soverign by design
- Do you consider your digital identity a separate self or is it identical to your real-world self?
- Tried changing my Facebook password and logging in with Rublon. twitpic.com/cszoma 17 hours ago
- Rublon claims to make passwords obsolete so I tried it out. Guess what it requires... ow.ly/i/2cpB9 18 hours ago
- Latest totals on my World Community Grid processing donations: twitpic.com/csum1b 1 day ago
- Never heard of sender so I assume the "people in the conversation" #Google thought important is @TheTweetOfGod. twitpic.com/csi6tw 2 days ago
- If you are going to have all false positives in your #spam folder, might as well aim high. #FAIL twitpic.com/csi59f 2 days ago