The past twenty days have been a real whirlwind in terms of new sites adopting OpenID for sign in. Some of the larger deployments have made the news (Google and Yahoo! Store), but here are seven others you’ve likely not heard about.
7-Eleven Australia Slurpee campaign (http://www.slurpee.com.au/)
American Cancer Society (http://www.cancer.org/)
Dr. Oz (http://members.doctoroz.com/login)
Fylde Borough Council of the UK Government (http://www.fylde.gov.uk/memberlogin/)
HP ePrintCenter (http://h30495.www3.hp.com/)
Kodak Tips & Projects Exchange (http://exchange.kodak.com/)
Slate France (http://www.slate.fr/)
It’s worth realizing that these sites are all integrating OpenID in conjunction with OAuth and other technologies. This is why the emerging OpenID Connect working group is so focused on making OpenID be native to the consumer web.