Tag Archives: SXSW

SxSW 2014 – securing your Social Identity (video replay)

Chris Miller presented Social Identity: Public, Personal & Private at South by Southwest 2014. This session investigates how we expose our social identity, not content, and how to build personas to protect them.

In this recorded session I walk through the definition of social identity and how to split it into personas. I show where we have all made the worst mistakes along the way and how to get out of exposing our social identity.

With the amount of private identity data we share accidentally across the social sites and the amount of public data we use in our private site we open ourselves to security risks. With no tangible benefit in the sharing. Explore this topic with me in the session below.

See the video for the entire recorded presentation.

TheSocialGeeks Episode 46 – Even Creepier

Facebook spends a billion dollars for some pictures and an app, Google Plus redesigns the user interface and PlaceMe makes location services even creepier.

TheSocialGeeks roundtable comes to order with Robert Murray, Michael Cummings, Corvida and hosted by Chris Miller.  Special appearance by Wayne Sutton

We all agree why Facebook bought Instagram, but the amount is staggering.  PlaceMe makes checking into Foursquare look like childs play with added creepiness and Google Plus changes the UI, small revolts are quickly extinguished.