France Telecom has announced yesterday that it will start supporting OpenID for its 40 million users at their subsidiary company named Orange. This is a huge success for the OpenID community.
To be honest - I’ve been waiting for a big telco to make this move for a long time now, because adopting OpenID makes perfectly [...]
Techcrunch had an amazing post yesterday, which should make everybody think about the future of social web apps on the internet. If I draw the right conclusions we will see a future of profiles and social graphs that will be enabled to float freely between different sites. Sounds familiar? Sound like something we all would [...]
September 7, 2007 | 1 Comment
We are proud to announce today that we are heading for the launch of the private beta of YoWhassup.com during the next days.
YW is the first application that brings everything together what belongs together in Web 2.0: OpenID and Microformats, granular Identity 2.0 Profiles with sophisticated Control, Trust, an Open Social Network, Artificial Intelligence, Semantics, [...]
There has been a lot of discussion on the OpenID marketing mailinglist recently about how to explain OpenID to the not so geeky user. This is also the topic of Carstens post on his blog called “Not so relevant”.
In his well done summary Carsten gives an excellent introduction and steps through the questions “what is [...]
Information Week yesterday released an interesting article on OpenID. Andrew Conry-Murray tries to give an overview of OpenID from its beginnings ’til now and shares his thoughts on the question “OpenID: Can It Become Single Sign-On For The Web?“.
I think it’s important to have this positiv critical view from the outside, as it helps to [...]