With Christopher Allen and I co-authoring https://github.com/WebOfTrustInfo/rebooting-the-web-of-trust-fall2017/blob/master/draft-documents/smarm.md I now have a name collision bound to a conference which was largely about avoiding those
@h That's what DIDs are for! One jokie of the conference was "Christopher Allan Webber got interested in DIDs because of name collisions with Christopher Allen" (There's also a Chris Webber out there I collide with in the DevOps space... sigh, shoulda taken my spouse's last name, but ironically I didn't do so because I didn't want to change my *username* on systems!)
you now officially have a fantastic disarming-joke-to-begin joke for a speech at said conference
like basically PERFECT as an anecdote to start with, if it was laid out just right
you might actually have a good opening for a small nonfiction ebook on the topic, like half poptech entertaining-explanation take and half discussion of the routes to solution currently known or being hypothesized
Octodon is a nice general purpose instance.