During the past 3 weeks we've published almost a dozen articles. But in all the noise that comes with reddit, it's easy to miss them. Since what we're proposing is pretty unique, here is an index to some of the most important articles:
EAP-Keccak, A Proposed Authentication Protocol for Enterprise Environments This is an introduction to the concept of using an Ethereum account to login to a network. It includes an introduction to the 802.1X protocol. If you are already familiar with RADIUS and anxious to get to the meat of our proposals, then you can skip this and go straight to the "Ethereum for Secure Wi-Fi Authentication" article.
Ethereum for Secure Wi-Fi Authentication These two articles together show how an Ethereum account can be used to login to secure wired, and WPA2 Wi-Fi networks. They include a very clear tutorial on EAP authentication and WPA. If you are already familiar with network authentication protocols, then skip straight to the second article.