Wednesday Feb 18, 2009
Friday Oct 17, 2008
Tuesday Sep 16, 2008
By identity on Sep 16, 2008
Makes you kind of feel good about participating in the blogosphere!
Saturday Sep 13, 2008
By identity on Sep 13, 2008
So, I established my own domain, "markdixon.mp," populated my profile with links to the social networking sites I frequent (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), my blogs and websites, and the instant messaging services I use. This site allows me to provide some measure of integration among the different facets of my Internet presence, and gives me quite a bit of flexibility in exposing which details of my Identity I believe to be appropriate.
By coincidence, I met Tony Haile, the chi.mp Chief Strategy Officer, at Digital ID World earlier this week. He has interesting perspectives to share in the DIDW session, "How Social Web will change Identity Management." It appears that Tony and the DIDW crew are making an important contribution to this change by offering steps forward in Identity integration and personal control.
Please take a look at my chi.mp profile and let me know what you think. I'll keep you updated as this experiment proceeds.
Technorati Tags: Identity, Identity Management, Digital Identity, chi.mp, Social Networking, Social Media
Saturday Aug 23, 2008
Friday Aug 08, 2008
Discovering Identity was founded on blogs.sun.com in May 2005 as a means of documenting my exploration of the field of Identity and Access Management. In February, 2010, I switched to hosting the blog at DiscoveringIdentity.com. In March 2012, I began posting Oracle-related information in both places.
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