How Throwing Out Your Private Documents Into The Dumpster Is Like The Current State Of The Inernet
I know I usually cover Conversational Marketing and how companies are creating value-added conversations along with their customers, but one of my great ideas was brought to the forefront when I read David Whitney’s post on web 3.0 and an Open Identity Platform. Everyday we search for the next web app that can bring some more efficiency into our lives; something that both combines multiple features into one interface and makes some mundane process entertaining at the same time. Why? At the end of the day, we’re all trying to save time doing the mundane stuff so we have actually more for the fun stuff. You take your 9-5 and add in going to the gym, walking the dog, going grocery shopping, spending time along with the kids, watching the game, competing in sports, playing an instrument and so on; you get a full packed day. So what if you could go to the gym, watch the game on your iPod and spend time along with the kids? Sounds nice right? Figuring out how to maximize time is everyone’s goal.
How does this relate to throwing your private documents into the dumpster?
Just like throwing out documentation containing personal information, we all upload photos, post videos, blog about our work, connect along with brand-new friends, IM, email and some micro-blog. All of this information is available to EVERYONE. Just a reminder. And all of this personal information needs to be added whenever we signup for some brand-new website. We grow tired of having to do the mundane like upload more photos, add more friends, track various news, type in more personal information and so on. Why can’t I just have actually one profile that is portable? Let me store all my info along with one provider or in my own server like Whitney states and then I’ll tell you when information you can have actually access to. I”m tired of spewing the same information into the dumpsters of the web and not remembering which ones I put my information into and which I didn’t.
Like any smart entrepreneur, I’ve got an idea along along with a fellow entrepreneur. Stay posted, a solution is coming.