If Twitter does everything Dave says they should do, they’d make a helpful move toward bingo on Joe Andrieu’s checklist of user-driven services. Here’s the list:
- Impulse from the User
- Data Portability
- Service Endpoint Portability
- Self Hosting
- User Generativity
- Self-managed Identity
- Duty of Care
See how you’d score ’em.
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Actually, email services come pretty close to those standards, if you have your own domain name.
That means that AT&T, MCI, Cox, Earthlink, and a whole bunch of others do that every day. Of course, it took AT&T and MCI years to allow email outside the system, but eventually they did it.
For corporations with their eyes open, they’ll see the same writing is on the wall: Open up or get left behind.
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