Monthly Archives: September 2008

The Wall Street Journal Looks at OpenID

Today’s Wall Street Journal takes a look at OpenID and how it is being used since it’s creation in 2005; asking the question if it could become the solution to so many user names and passwords around the web.  While OpenID by itself helps with this problem, it will ultimately […]

OpenID Libraries for Common Lisp 1

This is a guest post by Maciej Pasternacki, a Google Summer of Code student who created CL-OpenID. The summer is gone (September doesn’t count as summer), and so is the Google Summer of Code 2008 program. My Summer of Code project was CL-OpenID, an implementation of OpenID for Common Lisp, […]