Archive for the ‘DataPortability’ Tag
Here is my response to the DataPortability video project.
What DataPortability means to me:
Explaining DataPortability to vendors:
My name is Mike Reynolds and I want DataPortability:
DataPortability was founded on November 10, 2007, so today is the group’s 3-month anniversary. Here are some numerical highlights of DataPortability as of its first three months:
- Nearly 300 different URL’s have been tagged DataPortability on del.icio.us
- DataPortability.Public.General has 975 members
- The DataPortability.org page has been tagged 1,271 times on del.icio.us
- Michael Pick’s video “DataPortability – Connect, Control, Share, Remix” has been viewed 15,408 times
- Google has found 364,000 pages that mention DataPortability
- DataPortability members have a combined market capitalization of about $500 billion (US), driven mostly by Microsoft, Google and Yahoo/Flickr along with Facebook, LinkedIn, Six Apart, Plaxo, Twitter and others
Here is the DataPortability timeline. For more information, visit DataPortability.org. To get involved in the conversation, visit DataPortability.Public.General. We also invite you to make your own video about What DataPortability Means to You.
Just added a comment to Elias Bizannes’ blog in his article about APML and Google Reader. (My comment may not be live until he approves it.) He wrote the article back in October 2007 — and it is now February 2008. Since then, the APML buzz has blossomed into the much broader and very popular DataPortability movement.