Identity, Reputations

January 3, 2003

in COMsumers, Digital Identity

<a title=”Eric Norlin’s Blog” href=”http://www.unchartedshores.com/blogger/blogger3.html”><b>Eric Norlin’s Blog</b></a> <i>”Mitch brings up the idea of individuals being able to manage access to their Digital ID (in exchange for money) as the killer app. I agree — it is. However, I think we’re 8to10 years from that happening, and there are a lot of intermediate steps in between.” </i>

My comment.<b>We (CONSUMERS) can’t wait 10 years! </b>We need a better solution.

<a title=”RatcliffeBlog: Business, Technology & Investing” href=”http://www.ratcliffe.com/bizblog/2003/01/02.html”><b>RatcliffeBlog</b>: Business, Technology & Investing</a> Not marketing, legalese (for lack of a better word)

<a title=”Escapable Logic” href=”http://www.blaserco.com/blogs/2003/01/02.html#a72″><b>Escapable Logic</b></a> Brett Blazer on “When Meatspace isn’t Marketspace” …. digesting… identities… reputations…

Also reading the <b><a href=”http://www.pingid.com/misc/Whitepaper_Identity_Federation.pdf”>PingID</a></b> whitepaper.

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