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OpenID, with the superhuman effort of Mr Willison is taking the world by storm and I am amoungst the masses leaping onto the bandwagon. Simon has done an excellent post and screencast detailing the whys and what-fors of OpenID so I thought I’d have a bash at applying the same no-bullshit approach to the other side of the coin, supporting (or as the official terminology puts it consuming) OpenID in your applications. With this post I’m going to blast through the absolute essentials you need to get started so if you need more general background on OpenID check out Simon’s stuff first.