Digital identity

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A presentation given at IT Summit 2011 in Saskatoon. The big take home message is that we all have some kind of online presence if you've ever put anything (even a comment on a news story) online. Managing that presence deliberately is

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  • Title came before the presentation.\n
  • Who has blog? twitter? facebook? left comments on news sites?\n
  • The usual representation of digital presence is footprints in sand. But not really that ephemeral.\n(metaphor from Alvin Trusty - great presentation on vimeo.com - “web 2.0 never forgets”\n
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  • Reputation management is for everyone, not just businesses or organizations.\nRob Wall’s session Tuesday\n\n
  • Who googles themself?\n
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  • Lots of bad stuff and natural instinct is to protect yourself by hiding behind a mask. But it’s hard to connect to the person behind.\n
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  • Preference for anonymity seems to be a phenomenon of large urban centres. In smaller cities/towns there is tacit acceptance of being in public all the time. Benefit is a greater empathy/civility.\n
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  • Sad truth - the elephant in the room\n
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  • based on how many people link to a site/page\n
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  • Digital identity

    1. 1. Master of your own domainCreating and maintaining a positive digital identity
    2. 2. Master of your own domainCreating and maintaining a positive digital identity Rob Wall
    3. 3. Why worry about online presence?
    4. 4. Are your digital footprints like this ... cc licensed flickr photo by adamgaston: http://flickr.com/photos/ adamgaston/15945448/
    5. 5. … or like this?cc licensed flickr photo by wonder_al: http://flickr.com/photos/wonderal/295481537/
    6. 6. Me circa 2003 (long since gone)
    7. 7. Should we have a right to forget?
    8. 8. cc licensed flickr photo by uacheesehead: http://flickr.com/photos/
    9. 9. Would you put this on your resume?cc licensed flickr photo by uacheesehead: http://flickr.com/photos/
    10. 10. Would you put this on your resume? If it’s online, you did!cc licensed flickr photo by uacheesehead: http://flickr.com/photos/
    11. 11. Would you put this on your resume? If it’s online, you did! Should we have a right to be forgotten?cc licensed flickr photo by uacheesehead: http://flickr.com/photos/
    12. 12. What does yours say?http://www.flickr.com/photos/will-lion/ 3974469907/
    13. 13. Build your identity purposefully!
    14. 14. http://sixrevisions.com/content-strategy/about-page-guidelines/
    15. 15. Use your real name (most of the time)
    16. 16. Anonymity is the enemy of empathy cc licensed flickr photo by San Diego Shooter: http://flickr.com/photos/nathaninsandiego/4071042778/
    17. 17. Re-present yourself honestly cc licensed flickr photo by ©athrine: http://flickr.com/photos/cidsoe/448552193/
    18. 18. “What about the children?”cc licensed flickr photo by courosa: http://flickr.com/photos/courosa/3712030236/
    19. 19. The threat?cc licensed flickr photo by Ninja M.: http://flickr.com/photos/a_ninjamonkey/3229808076/
    20. 20. Monitor yourself
    21. 21. Your reputation isn’t based onwhat you say ...
    22. 22. it’s based onwhat others say about you.
    23. 23. Be part of the conversation
    24. 24. Share
    25. 25. Show offhttp://bit.ly/brosproshandgun
    26. 26. Own your identity online
    27. 27. Default online presence
    28. 28. Default online presence
    29. 29. http://about.me
    30. 30. cc licensed flickr photo by shareski: http://flickr.com/photos/shareski/ 2712075693/
    31. 31. Who owns your name?
    32. 32. About me:@robwallabout.me/robwallhttp://robwall.carobwall@gmail.com

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