The NIH demonstrated the first production use of Open Identity Initiative technologies at the recent iTrust Forum
There is a sea-change here. I strongly believe the right thing to do is get behind OpenID, help promote adoption, and work with the community to make it safer and easier to use.
Passwords seem perfectly natural “because we’ve been trained to repeat them so much”
Sean Nolan explains his approach to user-centric identity
People don't always first see and experience things in the workplace…
Common identifiers that accrue reputation across social networking and blog sites will knock your socks off.
OpenID provides convenience and power but suffers the problem of all the Single Sign On technologies – the more it succeeds, the more dramatically phishable it will become.
Users with a Yahoo! account – all 248 million of them – will be able to sign in to any website that supports OpenID 2.0…
This Blogger enhancement doesn't nag and doesn't torment. It gives us a carrot, not stick
A major milestone for the user-centric identity community