> are you using Agile?
[wry smile] Well, some _form_ of Agile.
Every. company. ever.
— I Am Devloper (@iamdevloper) July 31, 2018
A walk through of details of how India’s #Aadhaar digital identity system is so flawed. The key problem is identifiers and the proof of their authenticity MUST be kept separate from authorization. The W3C DID architecture does this in a non-centralized way under user control. https://t.co/UJJJs46yO6
— Christopher Allen (@ChristopherA) July 29, 2018
the big bank re-invention paradox: if one does not spend billions on tech, one will ride towards obsolescence. if one spends billions on tech, one will be hard pressed to show direct tangible returns.
other than that, interesting data in this article.https://t.co/cVwHQQFrqW
— pascalb🎡uvier ≠ (@pascalbouvier) July 27, 2018
To really make a difference, the middleware needs to be decentralized, which by definition will be very hard to do.
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) July 25, 2018
Please share! This FREE virtual conference for those who’d like to learn about #decentralized #identity the hottest new twist hitting the #Blockchain ! I’m producing and moderating this event. https://t.co/san3U2m3En #BlockChainNews #blockchaintechnology pic.twitter.com/ZQqHJp016i
— Moses Ma (@mosesma) July 16, 2018
Not good news from the #ePrivacy Regulation front. Some desire exists to: weaken privacy protection (i.e. remove end-to-end encryption endorsement, or privacy settings), and expand the basis for metadata processing. There is also a risk of a total collapse. https://t.co/Vk9uDcQXzx
— Lukasz Olejnik (@lukOlejnik) July 24, 2018
Stark results from MIT’s Laboratory for Social Machines: False information retweeted by more people than the true stuff, and faster to boot. True stories take, on average, six times longer than falsehoods to reach at least 1,500 people. https://t.co/6h2tfx5eOd via @TheEconomist
— Oren Segal (@orensegal) July 21, 2018
"Among the issues identified is lack of employee involvement in #digital decisions. What happens with projects of this scope, of course, is executives believe by buying expensive technologies and dropping them into the organizations, miracles will happen." https://t.co/Qj36s80jaT
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) July 21, 2018
I marvel at what @netflix hasn’t built:
-day-and-date, secure distribution experience
-acquired premium sporting rights
-a social API (what are my friends watching? Load up my queue with friend’s picks)
-shorter form content
That’s called discipline
— Norgard (@BrianNorgard) July 18, 2018
Want to make cash better? Let's cancel all those annoying $1, £1, and $2 coins we introduced in the '80s and '90s and bring back $1/£1/$2 notes. Now that we've got polymer, note lifespans (see chart below of Australia) have jumped. Polymer $1s may now be cheaper than metal $1s! pic.twitter.com/eWvJZEta68
— JP Koning (@jp_koning) July 19, 2018