On digital identity (2)

Matt Moore has a couple of recent blog posts on digital identity that pose some interesting thoughts.

The first, the technology of the secret, discusses secrets and what they represent, especially in terms of knowledge sharing and trust. Matt rightly says that we need to “manage our identities in ever more complex ways. And they make our secrets increasingly fragile to exposure”.

The second post, I want to stay hidden, discusses his experience with Facebook. Matt poses a critical question in relation to our emerging digital identities: “How do we manage ourselves to get the best out of our interactions with others?”

Finally, let me recommend the 8th annual Digital Identity Forum to be held in London, 20-21 November 2007, as a good place to hear and discuss the latest digital identity issues.


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