This Friday, I’ll be joined by Dave Morin (my good friend from Facebook) at the first ever Jelly! Talk at Joe and Brian’s loft in San Francisco.
If you’re not familiar with Jelly, you should be. I call it the “gateway drug to coworking” — but it really has its own culture and identity independent of coworking, though both movements are rather complementary. Amit Gupta got Jelly started at House 2.0 in New York City back in 2006 (about two months after I initially expressed my desire to create a coworking space in San Francisco). Since then, like coworking, it’s grown into a self-sustaining movement.
Jelly! Talks is an interesting expansion on the concept — where Jellies distributed throughout the world can tune in to hear interesting and relevant talks and interact with speakers, similar to what the 37 Signals guys do with their “Live” show.
This first show I’ll be talking with Dave Morin about the relationship between OpenID and Facebook Connect — and where the two technologies are headed. This should be a pretty interesting conversation, since I’ve long tried to convince the folks at Facebook to adopt OpenID and other elements of the Open Stack (hey, they’ve got hcard already!).
Apparently the event is physically booked up, but you’ll still be to tune in remotely this Friday at 11am PST.
(Tip: The next Jelly! Talk will feature Guy Kawasaki).
2 thoughts on “Inaugural Jelly! Talk this Friday: OpenID vs Facebook Connect”
I gotta see this
Would love to know how the talk went. I feel Facebook Connect has taken the lead as an identity provider. I have blogged about it in regards to social networks, would love to hear your thoughts: http://blog.kwiqq.com/2009/04/06/social-networks-move-from-openid-to-facebook-connect/