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last updated at 2011-09-05 12:13
danbri_: "Google is working to create an online exchange where digital marketers can buy, sell and trade data on individuals, according to an Ad Age report."
 
danbri: "We break the “you get our app, we get your data” package deal with a cross-origin data storage protocol, separating data servers from webservers."
danbri: "To make use of an Unhosted WebDAV account, the user visits unhosted web apps that run in a browser, or user-agent. This user-agent discovers the user's Unhosted WebDAV service through WebFinger. It then redirects the user to an OAuth dialogue, to establish authentication. Finally, it uses WebDAV to read and write the data on the Unhosted WebDAV account."
 
 
danbri: '...a way to store, sync, share, model and back up content; "Content-Addressable Multi-Layer Indexed Storage"; content-addressable storage; separate interoperable parts (storage, sync, sharing, modeling), with well-defined protocols/roles; your "home directory for the web" ; pro-JSON (yet aggressively format agnostic); pro-OpenPGP; pro-paranoia and privacy...
 
danbri: "A Locker gives people ownership over their personal data and clear control over how it's protected and shared. Providing flexible APIs for access to that data, Lockers are a powerful way for developers to build applications that leverage rich personal data."
 
mischat: a timeline of the evolution of the web
 
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