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                          Archive for Oct 2012


                          A General Architecture for Personal Clouds

                          A public response to an architecture for personal clouds posted by Johannes Ernst on this blog.
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                          I'm for Howell

                          I've known Scott Howell for 10 years and find him to be knowledgeable, trustworthy, and smart. I'm voting for Howell for US Senate next Tuesday.
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                          Building a Webfinger Client for my Personal Cloud

                          This post shows how the Webfinger client for the Kynetx CloudOS allows you to link two personal clouds. The post also shows how the client was built.
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                          Freedom and Violence

                          Government has a monopoly on violence. Consequently, it tempts everyone, whether Republican or Democrat, to take short cuts and force others to buy into their vision (literally, through taxes). We must strongly guard against this temptation for society to prosper.
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                          Why Personal Clouds

                          This short slideshare makes the case for personal clouds. A personal cloud enables cooperating networks of products and services, makes every product a platform, supports intention-driven automation, makes the world your user interface, and transforms the way you interact with the world.
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                          Using Webfinger to Discover Well-Known ECIs

                          Webfinger provides a means for doing simple discovery of an event channel identifier (ECI) given a simple, better known account.
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                          Subscriptions in the CloudOS

                          The CloudOS service provides a means for one cloud to subscribe to another. This blog post describes the subscription protocol and how it is used.
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                          The Personal Cloud Desktop in Action

                          Personal clouds are accessed and configured using a cloud-based desktop that can be accessed from any device at any time. This screencast shows the personal cloud desktop in action as two clouds are linked via subscription.
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                          Where Does the CloudOS Run?

                          A while back, I published this diagram to describe the different levels in the implementation of the CloudOS and show the relationship between the construction of a traditional OS and the CloudOS. This is more than an analogy; there is real parallelism. Two open source projects, KRE and XDI, make up the kernel. Anyone can run them. (Note: for now, it's probably easier to just sign up for a free account on the service hosted by Kynetx. At this point the open source projects are not easy to set up—but it is possible. We're actively working on fixing this
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