Posted: 12 Mar 2010 09:30 AM PST
Simplification for web site logins is desperately needed. Once upon a time, people thought Open ID might be the solution, but it has fizzled out. Where is the future? The Firefox Account Manager.
The Account Manager is a prototype that really makes things easy when it comes to logging into your favorite web sites. You can login and logout, right from the toolbar.
How Does Account Manager Work?
I will let the fine people at Mozilla Labs explain that one:
Right now, the prototype they have posted only works with Google, Yahoo!, Facebook, Mozilla Addons, Mozilla Bugzilla, and Get Personas – but with time (they hope) every web site will support this new standard. You can learn more about the Account Manager concept idea here:
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