So there are all these web services, each of which requires a name and password to log in, and invites the creation of a profile. This leads to what I’ve termed Multiple Identity Disorder. Frank Gruber (via Read/Write Web) notes that products have emerged in an effort to help users better manage and display all of their profiles in one place, and reviews some of the products.
Multiple Identity Disorder is, I think, one of the issues for the web in 2007. I know that I’m making my own case worse by starting yet another new blog. I’m treating it using claimID, as you can see from the About page of this two-day-old blog. Of course, I may have switched to a different prescription by the time you read this…
The news of the invasion is two weeks old… or at least it was in Philadelphia. But these guys recently brought Boston to a standstill. Universal Hub is mooninite link central.
Update, replacing my original words with those of Bruce Scheier: These blinking signs have been up for weeks in ten cities — Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Seattle, Portland, Austin, San Francisco, and Philadelphia — and no one else has managed to panic so completely.
Another update: my buddy Constantine von Hoffman claims to have been on TV a couple of times this evening, talking about l’affaire Mooninite. I’m not sure which of his hats he was wearing: business journalist or stand-up comic. I’m not sure that it matters…
Changing Way is now org-anized, in that my main blog is now at changingway.org, which points to changingway.wordpress.com. I don’t plan to move the content from changingway.net, or from any other blogs, to this new blog. That seems simplest, at least for me, and I’ll try to make it as simple as I can for others also.
Welcome to Changing Way: The Next Generation. Over the next few days, I will map changingway.org (or some subdomain thereof) to this blog, and it will become my main blog. It will take over from changingway.net, which is on a rather troubled server.