I gave my tutorial on user-centric identity today. There were around 40 people there--a good crowd and very interested in identity. I promised that I'd post a list of resources, so here we go.
- First, my slides in PDF format. Warning: the upload from the hotel is going very slowly, so this probably won't be available until later tonight.
- Here's the tarball for the demonstration code I did with OpenID. I add authentication to a simple Web application using a separate, general login controller. There are pictures in the slides. It's in Perl.
- My book, Digital Identity. They make great gifts, but be sure to pick up a copy for yourself too.
- Here's a paper (PDF) describing our reputation framework. This doesn't discuss the OpenID reputation work--that hasn't been written yet.
- The digital identity lexicon.
- I mentioned David Brin's Transparent Society
- Some OpenID libraries in various languages.
- MyOpenID.com, a place to get an OpenID. Also, remember AOL offers OpenIDs for anyone with an AOL account (including AIM).
- I interview Drummond Reed about XRI.
- An explanation of i-names.
- Kim Cameron's blog.
- The seven laws of identity.
- The .Net 3 Framework. Install this on XP and you'll have an InfoCard selector. I'm not sure what else you'll have. Be sure to update Windows after the download to get the latest patches.
- Jyte, one of many places that accept OpenID.
- Simon Willison's Six Cool Things You Can Build with OpenID.
- The OSIS project.
- A bibliography of papers on reputation. Here's the BibTeX file. In particular, I talked about A Computational Model of Trust and Reputation by L. Mui and M. Mohtashemi and A. Halberstadt (2002) and The Social Cost of Cheap Pseudonyms by E. Friedman and P. Resnick (2001)
- A set of example digital identity policies from my book.
If I forgot to mention something I promised to post, contact me and I'll add it.