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By Joe Andrieu on June 14, 2017
Ten years ago I wrote a blog post that captured a key architectural insight at the core of VRM: putting the user at the center of integration not only improves the quality of services, it simplifies our systems. The article captured the gestalt of VRM and helped catalyze a range of conversations that still shape the VRM approach.
Since then, we have seen a lot of progress. Here are a few standout examples.
By Joe Andrieu on May 2, 2012
From kindergarten through our professional life, sharing binds us together as friends, colleagues, and collaborators, so perhaps it should be no surprise that online sharing through services like Facebook, Twitter, and email shapes our online social life. Yet sharing online is anything but simple. The details of what happens with the information we share is […]
By Joe Andrieu on April 24, 2009
The Internet is undergoing a major reconfiguration. No longer is it sufficient for companies to package a value proposition on their website and then drive traffic to it through ads, search engine optimization, and reciprocal links. Today companies must find ways to provide a value proposition wherever the user might be: on Facebook and Twitter, […]
Posted in ProjectVRM, Search, User Driven Search, User Driven Services, Vendor Relationship Management | Tagged IIW, IIW2009a, ProjectVRM, User Driven, User Driven Search, User Driven Services, VRM, VRM Workshop 2009, VRM2009, VRM2009a | Leave a response
By Joe Andrieu on March 12, 2009
A functional model for best practice Identity implementations. The Identity Quartet is a framework for online services that allows users to express their Identity on their own terms. When I use the term “Identity”, I refer to the set of identifiers used in reference to users in online services. At the December 2008 Internet Identity […]
Posted in Identity, User Driven, User Driven Services | Tagged Identity, identity quartet, IIW, IIW2008b, information cards, Internet Identity Workshop, Kim Cameron, non-correlation, OpenID, Randy Farmer, Seven Laws of Identity, User Driven, User-centric Identity, user-driven identity | 2 Responses
By Joe Andrieu on December 11, 2007
Last week was the Internet Identity Workshop in Mountain View, California, which is, without reservation, the most productive technical gathering I know of. An “unconference,” (facilitated by the incomparable Kaliya Hamlin) it dumps the talking heads for interactive discussions so that folks can get real work done. The culture and focus enable a truly impressive […]