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Facebook Developer Garage 2009, Milan (Italy)

This is my recap of the first italian facebook developer garage, held in milan on April 23, 2009, and hosted by mikamai. The morning has been dedicated to developer sessions, the afternoon to marketing & communication ones. Some videos of the event are available here.

Morning: developer session

The first talk was held by James Leszczenski, facebook engineer, who presented the connect platform vision, mission, and values. interesting, besides the talk, for user participation: the audience was deeply interested about which information they get from facebook, how should they handle it, and which means connect does provide to match identities and find friends on an enabled web site.

Later I had the occasion to ask James about whether FB was inclined or not to adopt OpenID as an authentication method: [ ... ]

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Posted at 23PM on 04/26/09 | 1 comment | Filed Under: development politics

The end of online anonymity

Exactly the words that run around my mind these days:

http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/the_end_of_online_anonymity.php

“When we reach the point where online anonymity has ended, instead of getting to be who we really are, the fact that we’ve become so aware of the fact that we’re always being recorded, photographed, tracked, and traced, will have actually created a slightly altered personality instead. Like reality TV show contestants, the act of being observed will change our behavior. Our personal brand image will become our public identity and therefore our identity.”

I’d think these describe exactly the “facebook effect”.

What do you think?

Posted at 22PM on 12/01/08 | 0 comments | Filed Under: politics

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