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January 22, 2008

UK Daily Telegraph does OpenID

I'd better stop announcing these soon since there is clearly going to be a landslide of services offering OpenID provision.  The latest announcement is from the UK Daily Telegraph (found on TechCrunch by Pete). 

Is it uncharitable of me to suggest that if the Telegraph are doing this then OpenID has really hit the mainstream consciousness?  Probably... especially since they've beaten us to it :-)

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Kinda o/t but the other thing that I noticed from the comments on the TechCrunch piece is that the Telegraph offers a weblogging platform:

http://my.telegraph.co.uk/

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