hmmm ... let's see who tho this

i posted this as seth@politics , yet the tho id bar says …



not sure if this is a bug of is it intentional …. it is a bit different than before … but the bar does read that the tho was put on group politics by seth.   

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Mark de LA says
Mark 2016-01-12 08:31:08 [item 19487#41625]
No pen names in open groups?
Couldn’t even put in an author when signing in.
In this open group I may want to change my point-of-view like with pen-names Leftie & Rightie. crying

Holmes says
And so the war of anonymity begins. Saw this one coming a mile back down the road. No true resolution that will make everyone happy. It is truly a  left verses right conflict.

Holmes says
Mark 2016-01-12 08:31:08 [item 19487#41625]
No pen names in open groups?
seth 2016-01-12 08:33:57 [item 19487#41628]
it seems that whever you write you will be identified as the same person.  but there is nothing preventing you from logging into another personal identity and writing to people through that pen name.
Mark 2016-01-12 08:44:55 [item 19487#41634]
One question about personal identity email is when interfacing later with FB do we need to use the email we use for fb.  Mine is different between fbi & fb
Yes. As with anywhere you use social identities to log in, it is based on the email your social provider gives us.

Holmes says
Mark 2016-01-12 08:31:08 [item 19487#41625]
No pen names in open groups?
seth 2016-01-12 08:33:57 [item 19487#41628]
it seems that whever you write you will be identified as the same person.  but there is nothing preventing you from logging into another personal identity and writing to people through that pen name.
Mark 2016-01-12 08:44:55 [item 19487#41634]
One question about personal identity email is when interfacing later with FB do we need to use the email we use for fb.  Mine is different between fbi & fb
seth 2016-01-12 08:48:36 [item 19487#41638]
you choose which email to associate with the identity of your fbi account.   when we can sign on using Facebook, that will just be an alternative method of identifying yourself, it should not rely upon whatever email you use to sign on to Facebook with.   But maybe best check that with Tigger.
All the existing software packages use the email provided by the social provider as the id to log in with … so yes, they must be the same. I have seen a few custom systems that allowed the user to cross connect emails, but that is complex and hardly worth the effort and subversive to singular identities anyway … and more expensive, can’t just used existing 3rd party plugins.