Content Management System

This mornings inspiration:

I am thinking of a single unifying entity to define and present my presence on the web.

  • my presence Flickr, a photo blog
  • my presence on this blog
  • my presence on Orkut, Friendster, and LinkedIn
  • my presence on Forums
  • my presence on Yahoo! and MSN IM networks
  • my presence on Amazon (as a reviewer)
  • my presence on StumbleUpon
  • other sites that I own, including my student homepage
  • so many other places you could have a footprint

It shouldn’t be so hard to do? I’m sure Google and Yahoo are already thinking of the benefits if such a system. For them, they get huge amounts of customer data to mine and shape profiles from. While I don’t necessarily subscribe to that idea, I’d just prefer to be able to manage all my content. I am willing to be there is already a partial solution out there waiting to be tapped.


One Comment on “Content Management System”

  1. […] iWeb: Talk about “Content Management Systems“[Sukshma], iWeb will now build a website for you, around your photos, blogs, videos and other content. Jobs started his presentation with his goals, easy to use, must create beautiful websites. (hey Shalin, if your reading this, any thoughts?). He then went ahead and demonstrated iWeb for the audience. […]