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The social agent, part 5: Narrated Video

Two weeks ago, I published the first four parts (1, 2, 3, and 4) of The Social Agent, my addition to the Mozilla Concept Series focused on online identity. I provided both interaction mockups and written essays illustrating the thinking behind the designs. While this work invited some feedback, I fear that my essays suffered […]

The social agent, part 4: Share

This is the fourth part of the five part Mozilla Labs Concept Series on Online Identity. This post introduces the “Share” verb as a core feature of the social agent. Historically, browsers have relied on email for sharing, but it’s time that the browser did more to make it easier to share across networks — […]

The social agent, part 3: Follow

This is the third part of the five part Mozilla Labs Concept Series on Online Identity. This post introduces and examines the “Follow” verb as a more modern and flexible approach to “subscribing” to information — information of any kind: people, sites, social objects and anything with a stream or feed. Other entries in the […]