Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Data Portability: The Next Great Frontier for the Web

In this newest post at Internet Evolution, I extended my discussion on the issue of portability that was focused on the new initiative of data portability. I briefly discussed the issue, the potential solutions to the issue, and the future impacts of this issue.


Bernard (ben) Tremblay said...

Hello again -

As always, I've really enjoyed re-reading your material on that site. (Actually, I'm spending less time surfing the web and more time reading there.)

regrets that email is not working for you


Yihong Ding said...

Hi Ben,

Sorry for the late reply. I was busy last few days.

Yeah, I am quite confused why the email did not work so well. I have never gotten this kind of problems before. But nice to know you opinions. Please keep in touch anyway. :-)


Bernard (ben) Tremblay said...

How regretable ... I had looked forward to discussing a specific project with you ... but without email ... how very peculiar.

@gmail did not work, @aol did not work, @netscape did not work, and my venerable legacy @chebucto, which has served me so well for 12 years, even it failed.

How odd that a subject-matter expert such as yourself should be disconnected from the most ubiquitous medium!

Yihong Ding said...

thank you, Servidores. I appreciate your interest, though I was quite busy recently and had no time to blog more in the last few weeks.

I have looked at your blog. It must be interesting but I am sorry that I don't know Spanish (is it?).

Wish you all the best.