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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 9:03pm

 dmax wrote:

I use OpenId through ClaimID.com especially when doing public stuff like commenting in my local paper's new articles. Dunno what I'm accomplishing, but I suspect I'm supposed to be more secure?

 
whoa. Googling ClaimID led me to Naymz. They present a benefit I hadn't considered. You can claim your online identity while distancing yourself from others who share your name. When your name is the same as that of a pron star, it could be worth the effort.

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 8:46pm

 zipper wrote:

You've told me nothing that I didn't already know. Owld has Googled them up, which anyone can do, and has shared a link, which serves no purpose and which I chose not to do as I'm asking for opinions from someone who uses or has used one or both.

Translation: Neither of you has firsthand knowledge of either product.

 
I use OpenId through ClaimID.com especially when doing public stuff like commenting in my local paper's new articles. Dunno what I'm accomplishing, but I suspect I'm supposed to be more secure?
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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 8:16pm

 zipper wrote:

I put off linking Flickr and Yahoo, too. It seemed intrusive, which is a good descriptor of how I feel about OpenID as well. I didn't know that you would automatically log in to a separate Yahoo messenger ID if the other Yahoo ID was open for other purposes. That seems like a Yahoo flaw. It's been five years since I've logged into Yahoo messenger, and I'm no expert.
 
As Allan reminded me, the Flickr folk seemed to understand their users' reticence to use Yahoo to sign into Flickr. So they said, just make up a name, and they gave the example of firstname_flickr@yahoo. I've never opened Yahoo messenger with my Flickr ID, but I suppose I could.

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 8:04pm

 AliGator wrote:

I dunno. When I had to associate my Flickr account with a Yahoo ID (and I waited until the laaaaast minute), I decided I didn't want to use my messenger ID, which was my old married name. *cough* It still is, actually. So I created a new Yahoo ID based on my Flickr username, and they've been separate entities ever since.
 
I put off linking Flickr and Yahoo, too. It seemed intrusive, which is a good descriptor of how I feel about OpenID as well. I didn't know that you would automatically log in to a separate Yahoo messenger ID if the other Yahoo ID was open for other purposes. That seems like a Yahoo flaw. It's been five years since I've logged into Yahoo messenger, and I'm no expert.

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 7:38pm

 zipper wrote:

Dude. How'd you manage that?
 
I dunno. When I had to associate my Flickr account with a Yahoo ID (and I waited until the laaaaast minute), I decided I didn't want to use my messenger ID, which was my old married name. *cough* It still is, actually. So I created a new Yahoo ID based on my Flickr username, and they've been separate entities ever since.

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 7:32pm

 AliGator wrote:

I dunno...I'm constantly logged in to Flickr, and my Yahoo messenger opens with a different Yahoo ID.
 
Dude. How'd you manage that?

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 7:30pm

 zipper wrote:

Exactly. Let's hope someone pipes up with firsthand experience. One consideration - if I've logged in to Flickr with my OpenID ID, will opening a Yahoo window already have me logged in? Maybe I don't want to be logged in to Yahoo.
 
I dunno...I'm constantly logged in to Flickr, and my Yahoo messenger opens with a different Yahoo ID.

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 7:27pm

 AliGator wrote:

I just did some quick research. What's cool about OpenID is that it's open source, so no one company will own OpenID. The other thing I found out is that I have at least five ways to have an OpenID: via Blogger, Flickr, Technorati, Vox, Yahoo, and Wordpress. Oh wait, that's six.

But yeah...one ID and password? There's a reason I don't do the master password thing with Firefox.


 
Exactly. Let's hope someone pipes up with firsthand experience. One consideration - if I've logged in to Flickr with my OpenID ID, will opening a Yahoo window already have me logged in? Maybe I don't want to be logged in to Yahoo.

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 7:20pm

 zipper wrote:

The concept of OpenID seems suspect to me, but I trust no one. One ID and password that holds all your others? I dunno. Maybe my perception of it is skewed.

Honestly, I'm more interested in how beneficial Toodledo has proven to be for anyone who's used it. It almost seems counterproductive to me - key in your to do items along with how much time each will take, check them off as they're accomplished, look for something that you've estimated will take the same amount of time you have left in the workday. My workday is generally spent working on the particular project that's on fire at the moment.

edit: When I was registering for Toodledo, there was a prompt to use your OpenID, so I looked it up and thought I'd ask about it as well.

 
I just did some quick research. What's cool about OpenID is that it's open source, so no one company will own OpenID. The other thing I found out is that I have at least five ways to have an OpenID: via Blogger, Flickr, Technorati, Vox, Yahoo, and Wordpress. Oh wait, that's six.

But yeah...one ID and password? There's a reason I don't do the master password thing with Firefox.

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 7:04pm

 AliGator wrote:

I never bothered to get an OpenID. Because, whatever. Blogger is now owned by Google, so my Gmail ID gets me signed in there, and my Typepad account works for those blogs, and I do have a Wordpress account too, so for a lot of sites that have OpenID as an option, I'm already covered. If I hadn't already had all those other accounts, I might've signed up. But I think I was also leery of the idea of OpenID for some reason.

Wait...Allan says that Typepad's TypeKey works with OpenID. Hmm. I should try to see if he's right some time.
 
The concept of OpenID seems suspect to me, but I trust no one. One ID and password that holds all your others? I dunno. Maybe my perception of it is skewed.

Honestly, I'm more interested in how beneficial Toodledo has proven to be for anyone who's used it. It almost seems counterproductive to me - key in your to do items along with how much time each will take, check them off as they're accomplished, look for something that you've estimated will take the same amount of time you have left in the workday. My workday is generally spent working on the particular project that's on fire at the moment.

edit: When I was registering for Toodledo, there was a prompt to use your OpenID, so I looked it up and thought I'd ask about it as well.


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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 6:44pm

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In my defense, I never said that I had firsthand knowledge of either product. I was as puzzled by the thread title as anybody else. I thought I might provide a minor service, is all. Saved you the Googling task, I guess.
 
Seriously? You think someone would ask online for others' opinions about their experience with a product without going to the address bar, typing in the name of said product, hitting enter, and learning about it? {#Lol}

Uh. No. Is that how they do it in French Canadia?

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 6:12pm

 zipper wrote:

You've told me nothing that I didn't already know. Owld has Googled them up, which anyone can do, and has shared a link, which serves no purpose and which I chose not to do as I'm asking for opinions from someone who uses or has used one or both.

Translation: Neither of you has firsthand knowledge of either product.

 
In my defense, I never said that I had firsthand knowledge of either product. I was as puzzled by the thread title as anybody else. I thought I might provide a minor service, is all. Saved you the Googling task, I guess.

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 5:21pm

 katzendogs wrote:

Ah newlyweds!
 


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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 5:20pm

 phineas wrote:

That's more related to what is actually on the list. Take, for a humble example, my to-do list:

• eff around on RP
• eff around on RP
• eff around on RP
• have lunch
• eff around on RP
• eff around on RP

At the end of the day, I can look back with pride knowing that I accomplished everything on my list. As you might imagine, that gives me a great sense of accomplishment.
 
 
So how was lunch?

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 5:18pm

 AliGator wrote:

Wait...Allan says that Typepad's TypeKey works with OpenID. Hmm. I should try to see if he's right some time.
 
Ah newlyweds!

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 5:14pm

 zipper wrote:

You've told me nothing that I didn't already know. Owld has Googled them up, which anyone can do, and has shared a link, which serves no purpose and which I chose not to do as I'm asking for opinions from someone who uses or has used one or both.

Translation: Neither of you has firsthand knowledge of either product.

 
I never bothered to get an OpenID. Because, whatever. Blogger is now owned by Google, so my Gmail ID gets me signed in there, and my Typepad account works for those blogs, and I do have a Wordpress account too, so for a lot of sites that have OpenID as an option, I'm already covered. If I hadn't already had all those other accounts, I might've signed up. But I think I was also leery of the idea of OpenID for some reason.

Wait...Allan says that Typepad's TypeKey works with OpenID. Hmm. I should try to see if he's right some time.

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 5:07pm

 BlueHeronDruid wrote:

That's crazy talk. Being on-line is precisely why I never get any tasks done!
 
That's more related to what is actually on the list. Take, for a humble example, my to-do list:

• eff around on RP
• eff around on RP
• eff around on RP
• have lunch
• eff around on RP
• eff around on RP

At the end of the day, I can look back with pride knowing that I accomplished everything on my list. As you might imagine, that gives me a great sense of accomplishment.

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 4:56pm

 zipper wrote:

You've told me nothing that I didn't already know. Owld has Googled them up, which anyone can do, and has shared a link, which serves no purpose and which I chose not to do as I'm asking for opinions from someone who uses or has used one or both.

Translation: Neither of you has firsthand knowledge of either product.

 
hobbitt has an OpenID. Says he doesn't use it much - since he doesn't surf to all that many sites that require userids.

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Posted: Feb 25, 2009 - 4:51pm

 Beaker wrote:

I know of its existence.  I know of its purpose.

I am unaware of its current actual uptake and thus viability in reality-land.

That's $5 pleaze.
 
You've told me nothing that I didn't already know. Owld has Googled them up, which anyone can do, and has shared a link, which serves no purpose and which I chose not to do as I'm asking for opinions from someone who uses or has used one or both.

Translation: Neither of you has firsthand knowledge of either product.


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