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Le Web 08: Platform Love & Open Standards Members Public

Finally grabbed some WiFi and have my first (almost) liveblog of the day up – on the Platform Love open standards session [http://www.computerweekly.com/blogs/enterprise-social-software/2008/12/le-web-08-the-social-stack.html] . Today’s programme is shaping up to be much better than yesterday, incidentally.

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
leweb

Wordpress.com user? Members Public

[https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2007/09/wpdotcomsignin.png] Thanks to Movable Type 4’s new [OpenID support](http://www.movabletype.com/blog/2007/09/openid-built-in-with-mt4.html), you can now use your WordPress.com account to comment here.

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
movable type

MT4 Thoughts: Commenting Members Public

First thing that I’ve discovered in Movable Type 4 that makes me really, really happy: comment registration. You can actually sign up to be a registered commenter on any MT blog natively under version 4 – and those user accounts can be upgraded to poster rights later, if you should

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
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Reed provides OpenID via IDKee Members Public

[https://i1.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2007/05/pip_logo_beta.gif] I see part of the wide-ranging Reed Elsevier [http://www.reed-elsevier.com/] organisation (full disclosure: my employers) has decided that OpenID [http://openid.net/] is a Good Idea and done something about it. IDKee [http:

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
IDKee

Microsoft goes OpenID Members Public

Computerworld: Microsoft pledges support for OpenID [http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;663927132;fp;2;fpid;1]” > Microsoft has thrown its weight behind OpenID, an emerging Web authentication standard. The announcement was made Tuesday at the RSA Conference in San Francisco during a joint keynote by Microsoft

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
blogs

OpenID, Comments and Unfriendly Hosts Members Public

If all has gone according to plan, you can now sign into this blog to comment using OpenID. That means you can use your Vox blog address, Livejournal username or any other OpenID [http://openid.net/] service to identify yourself to my blogging software. This is very exciting to the

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
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