Data Portability, Privacy, And The Emergence Of The Social Web Presentation

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Lots of sites care about “who you know”…
  • 3. Lots of talk about “opening up the social web”…
  • 4. Lots of open social web “building blocks”…
  • 5. … so where are we at? … and where are we going?
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  • 7. The social web today is broken…
    • On each site, we still have to:
      • Re-create an account
      • Re-enter our profile info
      • Re-find our friends
      • Re-establish our relationships
    • New social apps have limited options:
      • Create yet-another-silo (and start from scratch) -or-
      • Make a widget inside an existing walled garden
  • 8. …but help is on the way!
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    • Create a portable, durable online identity
    • OpenID
      • Sign up / sign in with an existing account
      • Link / share your profile data between sites
  • 10. Example: Sign up for Plaxo with OpenID
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    • Create a portable, durable online identity
    • OpenID
      • Sign up / sign in with an existing account
      • Link / share your profile data between sites
    • rel=me (XFN)
      • Consolidate your online identity with me -links
    • Social Graph API
      • See what your users said about themselves
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  • 20. Public profiles enrich online identity
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    • Build and maintain real relationships
    • Contact APIs
      • Find people from your current address book
      • Leverage previously established relationships
    • OAuth
      • Share private data between trusted sites
    • Friends-list portability
      • Continuous discovery across multiple sites
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  • 25. “ A periodic check of new people from your networks on other sites”
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    • Stay up-to-date with the people you know
    • OpenSocial
      • Build social apps that can run anywhere
  • 27. OpenSocial
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    • Stay up-to-date with the people you know
    • OpenSocial
      • Build social apps that can run anywhere
    • RSS / Atom
      • Syndicate your activity to share with others
    • Jabber (XMPP)
      • Real-time update stream between sites
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  • 45. In conclusion:
    • The social web is opening up…and fast!
    • (we’ve seen this movie before)
    • Time to get involved!
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