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                          Personal Learning Systems and Life-Long Learning

                          This post is about personal learning systems, the student's side of the LMS. Not only would a personal learning system provide a better experience, but also give students a tool for life-long learning.
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                          Networks vs Hierarchies

                          Good talk from Fred Wilson on how networked systems are changing business and how we all interact with one another.
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                          Sharing in SquareTag: Borrowing my Truck

                          The introduction pattern allows one cloud to introduce two clouds to each other. This is useful for sharing and delegating and forms the basis for social products in SquareTag.
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                          Discovery and QR Codes

                          SquareTag isn't a QR code play. It's a personal cloud play. We just happen to use QR codes. QR Codes provide a way for humans to easily discover the cloud associated with a thing, and interact with it, from a mobile device.
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                          Building an App Using the Personal Cloud Application Architecture

                          The personal cloud application architecture is a post-Web 2.0 programming model that separates users data from application logic and application data. This post explains how to build PCAA-style applications by converting a simple, JavaScript-based TODO list application into one that stores user data in the user's personal cloud.
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                          Personal Clouds and the Future of the Web

                          A decentralized, protocol-mediated cloud infrastructure is the best way to create a future Internet that maximizes personal control and individual freedom.
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                          IMAP as the Proto Personal Cloud

                          If you have used IMAP to connect an email client to an email server, then you already know the benefits that a personal cloud will provide to you. IMAP and SMTP create an email ecosystem where the user is in control. That's what personal clouds do for other applications.
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                          Build the World You Want to Live In

                          I gave a talk and then was on a panel at the Silicon Valley edition of the New Digital Economies conference on Wednesday. During the panel, I gave this challenge to the audience: you have an ethical responsibility to build the world you want to live in.
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                          Cars, Privacy, and Personal Clouds

                          We don't have to chose between functionality and privacy as more and more of our things get connected. Personal clouds provide an architecture that supports both at the same time.
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                          The Internet of My Things Needs the API of Me

                          Creating the Internet of My Things will require that people gain an online presence: the API of Me. That's what personal clouds are all about.
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                          When Services Die

                          What happens when your favorite service dies? Will your data live on? Not if you're dependent on cloud-based services you don't control.
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                          Hacking the Philips Hue with KRL

                          Philips Hue is a connected lighting system. No sooner did I see it that I wanted to control my lights from my personal cloud. This blog post is about my initial experiments with controlling Hue using KRL.
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                          The Cloud Needs an Operating System

                          This screencast from a talk I gave at Defrag 2012 describes the reasons why people need an operating system in the cloud. Because it allows you to act as a peer, a CloudOS orchestrates and coordinates online interactions, enables cooperating networks of products and services, supports intention-driven automation, and transforms the way you interact with the world.
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                          The Digital Asset Grid Session at SIBOS

                          For the last six months Kynetx has been working partnership with several other companies on a project for the Innotribe division of Swift. The project, called the Digital Asset Grid provides a way for banks to become platforms.
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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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                          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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                          The Roles of Parties in Intentcasting

                          This blog post lays out the roles of the various parties in an intentcasting scenario. We argue for directories that allow discovery of products by buyers and act on behalf of sellers. In addition, we envision brokers working for the buyer in their personal cloud.
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                          A Road Map for the Personal Cloud Operating System

                          Kynetx has build what amounts to a functioning kernel for a cloud OS. But there's more to an OS than the kernel. This post outlines what else is needed to create a fully usable cloud OS.
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                          Moving Toward a Relationship Network

                          Would you have your electronic bills delivered by Facebook or Twitter? Not likely. You bank won't trust them and neither will you. You need a channel that is designed for banking with the right security, privacy, and legal foundations. A standards-based, decentralized, multi-channel relationship network, however, could easily be used for this purpose because the banks and companies delivering bills could define the nature of the channel. They don't have to wait for Facebook to get around to it and then hope they do it right.
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                          Rich Sharing and Personal Channels

                          Personal channels support rich sharing. Consequently they are extremely flexible and can be used for many purposes. Personal channels provide a messaging system for personal clouds that provides access-controlled, filtered, trustworthy notifications, data exchange, and sharing.
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                          Unlocking Data Exchange: The Long Tail of Data

                          Much has been made of data lately. And with good reason. Data and the ability to exchange and process it are at the heart of modern society's productivity and prosperity. Data and algorithms are the engines that drive the economy in the 21st century. But data is often onerous to obtain, difficult to trust, and hard to understand. Fixing these problems--making trustworthy, understandable data flow more freely, consistently, and reliably--will provide a wellspring of new ideas and companies to prosecute them.
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                          The Foundational Role of Identity in a Personal Cloud

                          If we're to build personal clouds supported by a cloud operating system (COS), then we need to understand the key services that the COS would provide to the user. Operating systems are not monolithic pieces of software, but rather interlocking collections of services. One of the most important things to figure out is how a cloud OS can mediate an integrated experience with respect to authorized access to distributed online resources.
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                          Personal Clouds Need a Cloud Operating System

                          If you need an OS for you laptop, your phone, and your tablet, why don't you need one in the cloud? Our current conception of how people use the cloud has significant limitations that could be mitigated with the introduction of a cloud-based operating system that people can look at as their "virtual computer" that's always on, always working.
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                          Personal Clouds as General Purpose Computers

                          Personal clouds needn't be complex to set up or manage for them to have significantly more power than the cloud appliances that companies offer people today. We envision systems that are no more complicated than a smartphone that offer the features and benefits described above.
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                          KRL, Data, and Personal Clouds

                          Personal clouds need access to data. Lots of data. Data from all over. I envision my personal cloud as a general purpose computing platform that is always working for me. As such, it will need access to all sorts of data about me, my schedule, my to do list, and so on. Of course, it's not really the cloud that needs access to the data, but the programs running in it.
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