Identity, privacy & the Open Web

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This is Scott Kveton's talk on the Open Web given at WebVisions '08 on May 23rd.

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Identity, privacy & the Open Web

  1. 1. Data, Privacy and Identity: Welcome to the Open Web Scott Kveton, Vidoop
  2. 2. Tsunami
  3. 3. London falling
  4. 4. Earthquake
  5. 5. Spot the trend? The Starfish and the Spider The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations
  6. 6. Today background social networking routines how we got here the web citizen open standards diso the open web
  7. 7. Background aka - blah, blah, blah
  8. 8. Dot com boom!
  9. 9. Open Source Lab
  10. 10. OpenID
  11. 11. OpenID
  12. 12. Spot the trend?
  13. 13. Open Everywhere Open Source Collaboration Social Networking
  14. 14. Social networking routines ...
  15. 15. Consuming Participating Source: groundswell.forrester.com
  16. 16. Adding friends
  17. 17. Inviting friends (anti-pattern)
  18. 18. Inviting friends (anti-pattern)
  19. 19. Inviting friends (the righter way!)
  20. 20. Sending messages within networks
  21. 21. Seeing what friends are up to
  22. 22. Deciding who can see and do what
  23. 23. Adding apps
  24. 24. Fighting app spam!
  25. 25. How we got here
  26. 26. bands college students professionals All about the niches bitches!
  27. 27. everyone! everyone! everyone! (who works) Then niche sites traded focus to serve “everyone” :(
  28. 28. System-centric design
  29. 29. System-centric value
  30. 30. Source: Mick Hagen (mickhagen.com)
  31. 31. Social networking is just a feature (Sorry Zuck)
  32. 32. Google, MySpace & Facebook
  33. 33. Users are not the same thing as customers!
  34. 34. From system- centric to citizen- centric
  35. 35. the web citizen
  36. 36. the web citizen has ID
  37. 37. the web citizen has provenance
  38. 38. the web citizen has friends
  39. 39. the web citizen has enemies
  40. 40. the web citizen has agency
  41. 41. How do we get to citizen-centric?
  42. 42. Stage setting + + ==
  43. 43. Open Standards (aka the screws)
  44. 44. OpenID http://openid.net/
  45. 45. ATOM + microformats http://atomenabled.org/ http://microformats.org/
  46. 46. XRDS-Simple http://xrds-simple.net/
  47. 47. OAuth http://oauth.net/
  48. 48. XMPP / Jabber
  49. 49. My mom got email, not SMTP
  50. 50. Enter DiSo
  51. 51. Components of the DiSo model
  52. 52. Activities
  53. 53. Source: http://adactio.com/extras/stream/
  54. 54. Source: http://davidrecordon.com
  55. 55. People, friends & identity
  56. 56. Identity consolidation
  57. 57. Digg
  58. 58. Pownce
  59. 59. MyBlogLog
  60. 60. FriendFeed
  61. 61. Messaging & notifications
  62. 62. bacn! “Email you want, but not right now.”
  63. 63. Permissions
  64. 64. Basecamp
  65. 65. Plaxo Pulse
  66. 66. Flickr & Yahoo! Mash
  67. 67. Fire Eagle & Dopplr
  68. 68. Groupings
  69. 69. Viddler
  70. 70. barackobama.com
  71. 71. Upcoming
  72. 72. Status
  73. 73. diso.googlecode.com • oauth • wp-diso-actionstream • wp-diso-contactlist • wp-diso-profile • wp-openid • wp-xmpp
  74. 74. A note about design
  75. 75. DiSo & the Open Web
  76. 76. More http://diso-project.org http://groups.google.com/group/diso http://diso.googlecode.com http://ma.gnolia.com/groups/diso http://flickr.com/groups/diso http://slideshare.net/group/diso
  77. 77. Me http://kveton.com http://twitter.com/kveton http://flickr.com/photos/kveton http://vidoop.com
  78. 78. Fin. Huge props to Chris Messina for most of these slides

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