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Kynetx, Azigo Show What is Possible With a Personal Data Store

The magic would never have been possible if their vision had stopped at an "Identity Selector", for years billed as the savior of the identity universe (see my recent post Why We Really Don't Need an "Identity Selector"). This week at Kynetx' conference, Paul and Phil had their coming-out party re-interpreting the "identity selector" as…

Why We Really Don’t Need an “Identity Selector”

As of this week's Internet Identity Workshop, I'm now rather convinced that an "identity selector" is the wrong product and the wrong feature set, regardless of the exact details of a particular vendor's implementation. Several discussions in several contexts, including how to best make a browser identity-aware, all point to the same conclusion, regardless if…