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  • Jason Kelly Akona Consulting, an interactive marketing and custom development company. Right now I’m primarily working with the Windows Live Platform team at Microsoft – their business is opening up the data stored in Windows Live in developer and user friendly ways. Today I’d like to start a conversation about Data Portability.

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  • 1. Data Portability Jason Kelly Akona Consulting
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  • 5. Data Portability
    • For Users:
    • Auto-fill your profile on a new site
    • Your network follows you
    • Standard way to talk about privacy
    • Never type your password for Site B into Site A
  • 6. Data Portability
    • For Developers and Marketers:
    • Open standards breed new opportunities
    • Faster time to market
    • Get rid of the lag after signup
    • Better social marketing!
  • 7. The Value of Lock-in
    • Why would social networks want THEIR data to be portable?
    • Don’t the big players need lock-in?
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    • Open Authentication
    Microformats APIs Privacy
  • 11. Facebook
  • 12. Google adopts oAuth
  • 13. Microsoft – Windows Live Contacts
  • 14. Microsoft – Windows Live Contacts
  • 15. First Steps
  • 16. What you can do
    • Be Open – lock-in is so over
    • Provide APIs
    • Consume APIs
    • Use Microformats, FOAF, other standards
    • Support DataPortability.org
  • 17. Questions & Conversation