Photoblogging the Internet Identity Workshop, 11/09

On the heels of the OpenID Summit, we roll into the Fall Internet Identity Workshop. There are folks here from companies large and small, from grass roots effort, and from the government. I may add more color in text over time, but let me get the ball rolling with some photos to capture the event for posterity. It’s photoblogging time again!

Opening Circle:

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Joseph Smarr, CTO of Plaxo, shilling for his session:

At the Internet Identity Workshop

Angus Logan of Microsoft and Kevin Marks of BT co-lead a session on optimizing the UX for consenting access to data:

At the Internet Identity Workshop

Afternoon breakout sessions:

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The “unconference” schedule:

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Michael Jones of Microsoft kicks off a session on the prototype browser extension for an Identity Selector:

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Chris Messina leads a double-session on Activity Streams (so he gets two photos!):

At the Internet Identity Workshop

At the Internet Identity Workshop

Self-portrait, in the Activity Streams double-live marathon:

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Eran Hammer-Lahav of the “Hammer Stack,” bringing lots of spec-development experience to the Activity Streams working session:

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Late afternoon collaboration:

At the Internet Identity Workshop

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2 thoughts on “Photoblogging the Internet Identity Workshop, 11/09

  1. Marshall Kirkpatrick says:

    photo of the person who’s moderated the event for almost 10 years now would be nice :) for posterity.

  2. therealmccrea says:

    Thanks, Marshall. I agree. I certainly took a few shots that featured Kaliya, but unfortunately they suffered from unacceptable motion blur. :(

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