In the beginning, blue did not exist. In short order, it came to be associated with health, power, and affluence. Will the same soon be said of working from home?
How the eradication of Smallpox shows a way forward for identity models.
The Third Servile War was over. The slave army had been defeated, and their Roman captors offered the survivors a pardon—on one condition: they must identify their leader, Spartacus.
On October 21, 1805, the world changed. At the Battle of Trafalgar, British Admiral Horatio Nelson introduced a new strategy for naval warfare, one which points the way to an identity strategy for the Identity of Things.
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