Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Very Very Frightening

Last night, a group of us here at the Internet Identity Workshop 2006B (the more adventurous, or, perhaps, the ones who had gotten and used some extra drink tickets from Phil) got up and sang (not sure if you can really call it singing for anyone but Eve, but at least that's what we thought we were doing). The song was a new composition written with Identity in mind and sung to the tune of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody.

Eve posted the lyrics for the new composition whose authors include Eve Maler, Laurie Rae, Peter Tapling, Derek Fluker, Bill Johnson, and Wes Kussmaul.

I've got some video of this "interesting" experience (I was up there "singing" so I can't claim any credit for the quality (or lack thereof) of the video -- talk to Pat about that) and plan to upload it, but at 700MB it's too large to upload onto YouTube (even reduced to 320x240 and compressed with MPEG2 and with DivX the video was still close to 300MB), so I need to do some editing at home before I can post it.

I'll let you know when it's posted (probably in parts).

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1 comment:

James McGovern said...

Does Federated Identity sometimes require Federated Authorization? Would be a great topic for your next blog entry...