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Link to original publication: http://norman.walsh.name/2006/10/20/identity
Actually, not so much who are you in any absolute sense, but sometimes I'd like to be able to distinguish you from everyone else. Using OpenID, for example, instead of yet a...
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Actually, not so much who are you in any absolute sense, but sometimes I'd like to be able to distinguish you from everyone else. Using OpenID, for example, instead of yet another user name and password. The whole campaign was a tragic case of mistaken identity. — George ...

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