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Identity Unbound

Identity
Author: Mark Dixon
Tuesday, May 2, 2006
7:47 pm

A few days ago, I posted an interesting phrase, “Entity Identity.” In response, Dave Walker drew my attention to his own musings on the subject – his post entitled Identity Unbound.

He stated, “While identity can clearly be applied to human consumers of services – and expressed as a subset of information held about them in various places – I’ve started wondering how the concept of identity could be used for various other entities, and indeed how the properties of identity as applied to humans could potentially be mapped onto them.”

His first-cut attempt at examining identity attributes for non-human objects is worth the read.

Or, if you’d rather, take a look at his “Adventures in Bachelor Cookery.” I wonder how Identity maps to “Beef Ramen, Dave Style”

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