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IndieWebCamp San Francisco this Friday and Saturday

Last June, I went to IndieWebCamp Portland, and had a blast: a few dozen alpha geeks were demonstrating their latest projects, most of which have to do with wrestling control of their own data from various on-line silos, and using that data in innovative ways on their own site. In other words, right down my…

Happy to be on high-powered law school panel on internet privacy

When deciding to become an engineer, I’d never have thought just how broadly one can get involved in things beside making cool new stuff: I’ll be one of the panelists in a high-powered debate organized by Concord Law School at Quadrus in Palo Alto, on Saturday, June 8th. The debate is on “Balance of Public…

Intro to Personal Clouds at IIW

This week, I had the honor to give the intro presentation on Personal Clouds at the Internet Identity Workshop. Dan Blum, previously Distinguished Analyst at Gartner and now with Respect Network, joined me in the second part. We had a packed room, and the audience reception was incredibly positive. It seemed the entire IIW has…

First personal clouds meeting tonight!

Thanks, Adrian and Kaliya and Adam, and everybody who has been helping to organize tonight’s very first Personal Clouds community gathering in San Francisco. There’s been so much interest that we have a waiting list! It’s clear the time has come for cloud computing to become more personal. When I read a story like this…