Link: The asymmetry of Internet identity

September 30, 2019

David Crawshaw's The asymmetry of Internet identity is, among other things, a marvelously cynical yet pretty much completely accurate review of people's identity on the modern Internet in practice. I wish it didn't work the way Crawshaw describes it, but it does.


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By Jukka at 2019-10-06 04:25:46:

I also liked Crawshaw's take on this. Though, what is kind of missing are things like:

That is, the rehashes of the age-old PGP ideas.

Written on 30 September 2019.
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