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Notes on Identity, Institutions, and Uprisings | Whimsley
Useful analysis mashup of Econ & Sociology explains uprisings; hypothesize useful to adoption of disruptive ideas too
sociology  economics  revolt  uprising  analysis  Research  Statistics  arab  spring  social  network  politics  society  identity  disruption  adoption 
march 2013 by csrollyson
Authorship – Inside Search – Google
How to register yourself as an author to build your online reputation
google  plus  feature  software  development  identity  reputation  web  2.0  3.0  2012  howto  Platform  google+ 
december 2012 by csrollyson
How to Commit Internet Suicide and Disappear from the Web Forever
Useful w tongue in cheek; how to remove your identity from the Web: DIY & paid services #fb
privacy  social  network  search  google  background  check  database  howto  legal  identity  reference  2csrollyson 
november 2012 by csrollyson
What Chinese Consumers Want - WSJ.com
Insights on "Chinese" culture & values, within marketing/brand context; individual v. group
china  usa  europe  brand  japan  confucius  culture  prestige  group  individual  identity  marketing  Mobile 
may 2012 by csrollyson
Google Plus Has A Problem. Fear Not: I Have A Solution | TechCrunch
Rousing discussion re: Google+ and identity enforcement; some pearls amid grumbling #fb
google  plus  identity  discussion  q3  2011  pointofview  social  network  2csrollyson  news  google+ 
july 2011 by csrollyson
The New World Order: A Map - Newsweek
Excellent thesis but leaves me wanting more: as I've oft written, think beyond nation state Thx @bremley
globalization  transformation  culture  tribe  language  identity  nation  state  2ghcj  exceptional  government  disruption 
october 2010 by csrollyson
OpenID vs Facebook Connect vs FriendConnect
Short basic deck compares Facebook Connect, Google FriendConnect and OpenID
web2.0  federated  identity  Credential  2008  google  facebook  openid  comparison 
august 2010 by csrollyson

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