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Inside Google+ | Privacy, Pseudonyms, Publicity | YouTube - 9 views

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    Google+: Bradley Horowitz talks with Tim O'Reilly
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ClaimID has been DOWN for 40+ hours...are they dead (with MY DATA in their grave?) - 6 views

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    http://t.co/ZTN3yPb has been DOWN for 40+ hours...and I'm scared that I'll never see my data again. Are you guys ever coming back online? This happened to me with Ma.gnolia.com. In one day, years of work and data...GONE! Kaput. They never recovered.
Colin Bruce Milne

DandyID: Universally Portable Social Identity! - 0 views

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    Simply put, DandyID allows you to store your various online social identities in one place!
Thieme Hennis

Spezify - 0 views

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    nice visualization of your online id.
yc c

Welcome to LinkedIn - 0 views

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    When you join, you create a profile that summarizes your professional accomplishments. Your profile helps you find and be found by former colleagues, clients, and partners. You can add more connections by inviting trusted contacts to join LinkedIn and connect to you.
Marc Queval

Digg - Use a Google Account as an OpenID! - 0 views

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    Use google account as an OpenID
Thieme Hennis

APML: The Next Big Thing or the Next FOAF? - 0 views

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    blogpost about APML
Thieme Hennis

User Labor - A framework for sustaining user labor across the web - 0 views

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    With User Labor, we propose an open data structure, User Labor Markup Language (ULML), to outline the metrics of user participation in social web services. Our aim is to construct criteria and context for determining the value of user labor for distribution. We believe that universality, transparency, and accessibility of user labor metrics will ultimately lead to more sustainable service cycles in social web. ULML outlines the metrics user labor, but does not provide direction for calculating its value. Calculating the value of labor is a fairly subjective matter, and formulations may vary from service to service. In order to deal with this subjectivity in the best way possible, the metrics of user labor need to be accessible and transparent as a basis for initiating actual value discussions. >> aka: PEERS IMS needs this info to calculate value!
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