AideRSS is a nifty RSS service that ranks posts (PostRank™) based on several factors including, but not limited to, comments, bookmarks, diggs, and gReader shares. They have IMO, done a nice job implementing a log-in interface for OpenID.
(update: Melanie from AideRSS had indicated this is an solution provided by ID Selector.)
AideRSS’ Initial OpenID Log-in Region
Clicking the OpenID button reveals a layer with a selection of various OpenID access methods:
When you click on your OpenID Provider, a “username” field appears. Where you just enter your user name, hit return, and proceed through normal process.
Interestingly, Facebook is missing… Maybe that will come later.
What is OpenID?
From OpenID.net, “OpenID eliminates the need for multiple usernames across different websites, simplifying your online experience.”
Yahoo!’s Allen Tom gives a well-balanced view and explanation:
Have you seen cool OpenID implementations in the wild? What are your thoughts on OpenID?