Understanding the Basics of Personal Data: Vendors, Users, and You (Web 2.0 NYC)

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Presentation used for Web 2.0 NYC session lead by Chis Saad and Daniela Barbosa titled: Understanding the Basics of Personal Data: Vendors, Users, and You …

Presentation used for Web 2.0 NYC session lead by Chis Saad and Daniela Barbosa titled: Understanding the Basics of Personal Data: Vendors, Users, and You

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http://danielabarbosa.blogspot.com/2008/09/web-20-nyc-presentation-understanding.html

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  • How many people here use more than one service on the web today? How many people wish they could sync some of their data between some of the services they use? How many people have heard about the DataPortability project? The ability to connect to, control, share and remix your personal data between trusted applications

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  • 1. Understanding the Basics of Personal Data: Vendors, Users, and You Web 2.0 NYC #w2e_strat Daniela Barbosa & Chris Saad DataPortability.org
  • 2. Who are we? That’s boring - Just Google Us Basically we helped start ‘The DataPortability Project’
  • 3. Web 1.0 Document Web
  • 4. Web 2.0 Social Web
  • 5. The Next Web Personal Web
  • 6. The ability to connect to, control, share and remix your personal data between trusted applications
  • 7. Tech Inflection Points
  • 8. Standardized PC Architecture
  • 9. Windows Standardized Operating System A computer on every desk
  • 10. IP The Internet
  • 11. HTTP/HTML The Web
  • 12. Hardware Applications Network Presentation Data?
  • 13. Imagine...
  • 14. Owning your Relationships
  • 15. Controlling your Relationships They follow your lead
  • 16. Controlling your Calendar
  • 17. Controlling your Images, Video and other Content
  • 18. Today: users participate in Applications
  • 19. Today: users participate in Applications
  • 20. Today: users participate in Applications
  • 21. Today: users participate in Applications
  • 22. Today: users participate in Applications
  • 23. Today: users participate in Applications Service XYZ
  • 24. Instead, Imagine
  • 25. Tomorrow: Apps participate with Users
  • 26. Why?
  • 27. Sync your friends between Twitter and Del.icio.us and... and keep them synced
  • 28. Go to Kodak.com & easily print your Flickr and Facebook Photos with just a few clicks
  • 29. Play World of Warcraft with your Facebook friends (Personally I prefer EVE)
  • 30. See your own pictures superimposed on the photo frames at Walmart.com with your permission of course
  • 31. Move home and automatically update relevant utilities and services
  • 32. We Share
  • 33. We Comment
  • 34. We Rate
  • 35. We Create
  • 36. User signs up They fill out their profile They add their friends They interact with your stuff You make money They share your stuff You get more traffic
  • 37. User signs up They fill out their profile They add their friends They interact with your stuff You make money They share your stuff You get more traffic
  • 38. User signs up They fill out their profile They add their friends They interact with your stuff You make money They share your stuff You get more traffic
  • 39. Worth it? Beautiful, beautiful data
  • 40. Really?
  • 41. Really?
  • 42. Instead, Imagine
  • 43. Tomorrow: Apps participate with Users
  • 44. User signs up They fill out their profile They add their friends They interact with your stuff You make money They share your stuff You get more traffic
  • 45. Users Install your App They fill out their profile They add their friends They interact with your stuff You make money They share your stuff You get more traffic
  • 46. Users Install your App Their Profile is handed to you They add their friends They interact with your stuff You make money They share your stuff You get more traffic
  • 47. Users Install your App Their Profile is handed to you Their friends come with them They interact with your stuff You make money They share your stuff You get more traffic
  • 48. Users Install your App Their Profile is handed to you Their friends come with them They interact with your stuff You make money They share your stuff You get more traffic
  • 49. Users Install your App Their Profile is handed to you Their friends come with them They interact with your stuff You make money They share your stuff You get more traffic
  • 50. Users Install your App Their Profile is handed to you Their friends come with them They interact with your stuff You make money They share your stuff You get more traffic
  • 51. Users Install your App Their Profile is handed to you Their friends come with them They interact with your stuff You make money They share your stuff You get more traffic
  • 52. And…
  • 53. More data Continuous updates Reduced network fatigue More usage of everything
  • 54. “ Data Portability”
  • 55. How?
  • 56. project
  • 57. Is this really Possible?
  • 58. It’s already happening! OpenID, OAuth, XFN, APML, iCal, hCal, XMPP, RSS, Atom OPML etc...
  • 59. Still some open Questions Security, Privacy, Who owns what, Business Models, User Education
  • 60. All the big vendors are playing
  • 61. But who cares about them!
  • 62. The DataPortability Project is an open, grass-roots effort.
  • 63. An experiment in radical transparency and open participation “Participant Democracy”
  • 64. It will be free
  • 65. Everyone will own it
  • 66. Everyone can participate to help make it happen
  • 67. That means YOU Could change the web as we know it
  • 68. Yes YOU What are you still sitting there for?
  • 69. What?
  • 70. Translation From geek to businesses, mainstream developers and end-users
  • 71. Best Practices Reduce the noise and increase the signal. A solution vendors can bank on.
  • 72. Advocacy Supporting Materials, Conferences, Books, political pressure, discussion
  • 73. Example: Service Provider Grid
    • Service Provider grid that is maintained to ensure that information provided is valid and illustrates the state of what features are available and if providers are using open standards to implement them.
    • A Place for :
    • Users
    • Vendors
    • Developers
  • 74. CONCEPT SLIDE
  • 75. CONCEPT SLIDE
  • 76. CONCEPT SLIDE
  • 77. Brand Trust mark for users to look for. Badge of support for Vendors The ‘WiFi’ of Data
  • 78. Join In @ www.dataportability.org
  • 79.  
  • 80.  
  • 81.  
  • 82. Questions?
  • 83. The end? reach us at [email_address] or @danielabarbosa on Twitter [email_address] or @chrissaad on Twitter