It’s Day Two of the Internet Identity Workshop. There’s a lot of important work being done, work that will have deep impact on our Internet experience. So I thought someone should capture some images for posterity. I love that the event is taking place at the Computer History Museum. We also shot an episode of The Social Web TV here this morning, which should go live tomorrow morning.
Here are my photos from Day Two:
I spent last night at an Android meetup in Portland where I met Sean Sullivan, who developed the Portable Content application that Joseph Smarr demonstrated. He showed me your blog with the coverage. Thanks for taking the photos. I am going to spend some time studying the workshop grid. BTW, for Plaxo, what does SOON mean for the topic of “monetization model?” Curious.
Thanks, Alex. Not sure I understand the monetization model question. What is that in reference to?