📖 Read pages 146-167 of 288 of Linked: The New Science Of Networks by Albert-László Barabási

📖 Read pages 146-167 of 288 of Linked: The New Science Of Networks by Albert-László Barabási

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📖 Read pages 123-146 of 288 of Linked: The New Science Of Networks by Albert-László Barabási

📖 Read pages 123-146 of 288 of Linked: The New Science Of Networks by Albert-László Barabási

AIDs and epidemiology related research

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Ben Werdmüller articles for AltCV

For those thinking about identity and working on the #AltCV assignment for #unboundeq, let me recommend a few recent posts by Ben Werdmüller:

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IndieWebCamp NYC on 09/28-29

Want to see what the bleeding edge of the web and the future of social media looks like? Join an inclusive and welcoming group of creators at IndieWebCamp NYC on 9/28-29 either in person or live streaming.
https://indieweb.org/2018/NYC

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📖 Read pages 112-123 of 288 of Linked: The New Science Of Networks by Albert-László Barabási

📖 Read pages 112-123 of 288 of Linked: The New Science Of Networks by Albert-László Barabási

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📖 Read pages 93-112 of 288 of Linked: The New Science Of Networks by Albert-László Barabási

📖 Read pages 93-112 of 288 of Linked: The New Science Of Networks by Albert-László Barabási

An interesting overlap of Bose condensation mathematics and physics into network theory.

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I’m spending some time this morning unliking/unfollowing corporate accounts in Facebook in lieu of following their websites via RSS. Since Facebook’s algorithmic feed isn’t really helping them, prioritizing them, or presenting them to me the way I like (without inordinate work) it just feels so useless. For the most part I’m reading most of them elsewhere anyway.

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📖 Read pages 79-92 of 288 of Linked: The New Science Of Networks by Albert-László Barabási

📖 Read pages 79-92 of 288 of Linked: The New Science Of Networks by Albert-László Barabási

He’s continuing the evolving story of network research following along some of his own research and that of others. There’s something unsettling or missing here in the jump to preferential attachment. What is causing preferential attachment to occur? This may be a factor of the individual settings in which things are happening, but it feels like a major missing piece from an otherwise organic feeling mathematical/theoretical perspective.