MySpace users will now be able to connect to sites that support OpenID with their MySpace account, joining the already 120 million+ who currently have an OpenID in use. It will join Yahoo, Flickr, Blogger and AOL in using the new login standard.
OpenID’s way of logging in is you type in a special URL, depending on which of your accounts support OpenID. They usually are just blogs, or links to your profile – but some, like Yahoo, need you to type in their address and you login on their site.
MySpace will become a provider, giving accounts to users, and will allow them to access other OpenID-supported sites, like techgeek.com.au and Twitterfeed, or known as "relaying parties". But, however, you will not be able to use your current OpenID to login to MySpace.
Did you know you can use your OpenID to comment on techgeek.com.au. It is a much easier way to have your say. Log In now!