Tags: VRM

IIW14: VRM update

Doc Searls started out by listing many parts of this area on the whiteboard about VRM. As a principle, VRM makes us independent of organizations and better able to engage. Tech APIs Code FOSS projects Freedom Box Business 4th Parties Personal Data stores/ lockers/vaults/clouds/ networks Organizations Poroject VRM + research Customer Commons PDEC Related Identity […]

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IIW XIII: Developments in Drupal

General request for update on who’s doing what that’s compatible with Drupal. Paul, Forge Rock, has done work with OpenSSO, OpenDS Scotty, Stanford, uses two modules: weapon of mass destruction and a shibboleth module to deal with Drupal on campus and Drupal Gardens projects. Makes logins look like their webAuth, works with SAML 2. Question […]

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IIW XIII: Sneaky Bastards

Renée Lloyd’s talk on how VRM disrupts and liberates legal practice. VRM challenges how legal practice is executed.  What if new businesses had to negotiate with her? What messages are people giving us? Agreement making in a human style: sharing thoughts, contextual, ceremonies and expressions vary. Contrast: agreement corporate style (hand cuffs, “None are more […]

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Mining the new Gold

The Wall Street Journal has been running a fantastic set of articles called What They Know. Today’s (15th in their series) is called TV’s Next Wave: Tuning In to You. This article states that: Data-gathering firms and technology companies are aggressively matching people’s TV-viewing behavior with other personal data—in some cases, prescription-drug records obtained from […]

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