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VRM Days are for planning what we'll be working on at IIW. Here is a preliminary roster of topics:
 
VRM Days are for planning what we'll be working on at IIW. Here is a preliminary roster of topics:
  
* Personal Clouds
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* Personal Clouds in general
* The Internet of Me and My Things
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* Interoperability mapping
* Fully personal wallets
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* How to get 4th parties interested in verticals, e.g. health care, government, retail) "Medicine cabinet" instead of wallets
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* What average joe/jane use case(s) will drive adoption?
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* Use case deep dive — An active session, attendees simulate the use case communications between the device, pcloud, vendor, etc.
 
* Intentcasting
 
* Intentcasting
* Persona, formerly BrowserID, from Mozilla
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* Governance, including standards/patterns
* Legal — creating terms and policies individuals assert
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* Next-gen SSO (e.g.Persona)
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* Legal Hacks & License harmonization
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* Wallets & apps for transactions, photos, etc. Bitcoin as a VRM money clip, safe deposit box... (see session from the last IIW)
 
* Tracking and ad blocking, and harmonizing methods and experiences
 
* Tracking and ad blocking, and harmonizing methods and experiences
* Health Care VRM
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* Bringing 4th parties into verticals, e.g...
* QS (Quantified Self)
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** Health Care VRM — "medicine cabinets" rather than "wallets"
* VRM in
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** Real estate
 
** Real estate
 
** Banking (including credit cards, payments, transactions)
 
** Banking (including credit cards, payments, transactions)
 
** Retail
 
** Retail
 
* Sovereign vs./+ Administrative identities
 
* Sovereign vs./+ Administrative identities
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* Drummond, for Respect Network:
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** Discovery "DNSSIC for #pclouds"
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** Respect Connect "Facebook connect without the downsides"
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** Dictionary seminars
 
* Personal data pain points, e.g. filling out forms
 
* Personal data pain points, e.g. filling out forms
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* Collect useful techs/APIs
  
 
Note: IIW will be followed by [http://www.id-conf.com/eic2013 EIC 2013] in Munich, where VRM falls under the broader heading of Life Management Platforms
 
Note: IIW will be followed by [http://www.id-conf.com/eic2013 EIC 2013] in Munich, where VRM falls under the broader heading of Life Management Platforms

Revision as of 14:52, 6 May 2013

VRM Days are always scheduled on the Monday prior to IIW, which always happens on Tuesday-Thursday at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. This next IIW will be on 7-9 May, so this next VRM Day will be on 6 May.

Sign up here, via Eventbrite.

VRM Days are for planning what we'll be working on at IIW. Here is a preliminary roster of topics:

  • Personal Clouds in general
  • Interoperability mapping
  • How to get 4th parties interested in verticals, e.g. health care, government, retail) "Medicine cabinet" instead of wallets
  • What average joe/jane use case(s) will drive adoption?
  • Use case deep dive — An active session, attendees simulate the use case communications between the device, pcloud, vendor, etc.
  • Intentcasting
  • Governance, including standards/patterns
  • Next-gen SSO (e.g.Persona)
  • Legal Hacks & License harmonization
  • Wallets & apps for transactions, photos, etc. Bitcoin as a VRM money clip, safe deposit box... (see session from the last IIW)
  • Tracking and ad blocking, and harmonizing methods and experiences
  • Bringing 4th parties into verticals, e.g...
    • Health Care VRM — "medicine cabinets" rather than "wallets"
    • Real estate
    • Banking (including credit cards, payments, transactions)
    • Retail
  • Sovereign vs./+ Administrative identities
  • Drummond, for Respect Network:
    • Discovery "DNSSIC for #pclouds"
    • Respect Connect "Facebook connect without the downsides"
    • Dictionary seminars
  • Personal data pain points, e.g. filling out forms
  • Collect useful techs/APIs

Note: IIW will be followed by EIC 2013 in Munich, where VRM falls under the broader heading of Life Management Platforms