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                    Archive for Apr 2012


                    Starting a High Tech Business: Being Startup Compliant

                    If you want to be an entrepreneur, debt is a form of enslavement that you just can't afford.
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                    The Multiple Passport Problem: Declaring Digital Sovereignty

                    The promise of user-centric identity and personal data is better models of people and what they need and want online. This leads to greater value for everyone without people having to sacrifice their privacy, a rare win-win.
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                    From Personal Computers to Personal Clouds

                    From Personal Computers to Personal Clouds is a whitepaper that explains why the future of personal clouds will be very different from what you have imagined. As more and more of our interactions move online, we increasingly have need of an online place that operates for us. That requires an operating system so that developers have a framework to work within. Operating systems provide a core set of services around identity and data as well as a programming model.
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                    Has Social Networking Reached the End of its Cycle?

                    Most of the hot trends on computing seem like more of the same and people start to wonder how all this personal data they're sharing can help improve their lives. Personal clouds and life management platforms offer a revolutionary answer to what's next.
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                    The Importance of Protocols

                    Protocol is all around us in the conventions we use everyday to interact with people. Protocol creates a framework within which different agents can interact and accomplish some purpose. Protocol allows me to interact in a store where the checker and I speak different languages. I only need to understand her when we need to depart from the protocol. Inside the protocol, everything is syntactic. Outside the protocol, semantics matter.
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                    Federating Personal Clouds

                    One of the most important aspects of personal clouds, as we envision them, is their ability to federate. Without federation, personal clouds are as interesting as a computer without a network connection. Federation turns personal clouds into automated assistants.
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                    A Programming Model for Personal Clouds

                    Personal clouds, running a cloud OS, with location-independent, semantically correct access to personal data from around the Web, and running applications that interact with other online services for the owner's benefit promise to usher in a new Web of unprecedented power and convenience.
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                    Data Abstractions for Richer Cloud Experiences

                    A Cloud OS (COS) for a personal cloud will need a data abstraction layer analogous to the kinds of data abstraction that a traditional OS provides. Unlike a traditional filesysystem, however, the COS data layer must deal with a multitude of distributed APIs.
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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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