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Identity Characters

Author: Mark Dixon
Thursday, May 4, 2006
2:50 am

USA Network is currently running an advertising campaign entitled “Characters Welcome.”

It has been intriguing to follow the Internet Identity Workshop (IIW) through the eyes of Phil Windley and Eve Maler. The IIW wiki was a great touch.

While the topics discussed at IIW were fascinating and educational, I couldn’t help but be intrigued with the cast of characters assembled on the IIW stage.

The organizers – Kaliya Hamlin (aka Identity Woman), Phil Windley,
Doc Searls.

The speakers – Eugene Kim,
Paul Trevithick,
Johannes Ernst,
Dick Hardt,
Eve Maler,
Mike Jones,
Doc Searls,
Gail-Joon Ahn,
Chuck Mortimore,
Kim Cameron,
Drummond Reed,
Andy Dale,
Dale Olds. My apologies to those I’ve missed.

The intellect, experience and passion of these dynamic characters drew them all onto the same stage to collaboratively nurture the progress of the Digital Identity industry. Now the conference is over, but these characters and others will repeatedly re-assemble and disperse in person and in cyberspace as time flows forward, seeking to establish their respective points of view and learn from each other in a fascinating drama of technological and social progression.

Characters are always welcome, both on USA Network and the Digital Identity stage.

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