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Author: Mark Dixon
Saturday, June 10, 2006
10:40 pm

On May 5, 2006, Eric Norlin created a minor controversy by listing “The top 10 most important people in Identity.” Was he correct? Do you have a different opinion?

At the Burton Group Catalyst Conference last year, Mike Neuenschwander referred to people in the Identity industry as the Identerati. The day after I blogged about Mike’s comments, Dan Blum registered the domains identerati.com and identarati.com and their derivatives, ostensibly to protect the name of his blog.

More recently, I blogged about Identity Characters who participated in the Internet Identity Workshop.

I find it fascinating to study people who work in the Identity industry – the Identarati. We can learn much from each other as we all seek to advance the state of the art in this industry.

I cannot hope to meet or even read about each of the myriads of people who are contributing to this dynamic industry. However, as a student of Identity Management, I am constantly learning about new people and listening to what they have to say.

I have decided to share my list of the Identarati with you. The Whodentity? list isn’t a top ten list. It is simply a compilation of links to many of the interesting people I have discovered in my quest of Discovering Identity.

You can reach this page via the Whodentity? link underneath my photo on each blog page, or directly via www.whodentity.com

If you would like to nominate yourself or someone else you know for this list, please send me an email via =MarkDixon. I’d be delighted to learn about you and what you have to say. For those of you already on the list, please let me know if I need to update your information.

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