Category: Networks

Seeing #47percent in Gephi

Now that we have debates coming in, let’s see what Twitter had to say about the 47 percent comment from a while ago. As you can see from the graph, there were a few major players twittering that thing, with

Posted in Networks, Politics, Social Networks, Web2.0

lolcats, communities and emergence

Anil says that lolcats has grammar, and in doing so points to the most important characteristic of those anthropomorphized felines: There’s a consistent visual vocabulary to the construct, as well. If it ain’t Impact or Arial Black or some other

Posted in Dynamics and Complexity, Humor, Networks, Social Networks

Leadership is broken

Leadership is broke. The hierarchical system is simply wrong, dated, and full of mistaken assumptions. See, it was alright to have a leader back in the Middle Ages, or a hundred years ago, when only a few were taught, educated

Posted in Management, Networks


It is all about the networks: who do you know, how, where, when, and why can you iteract with them. With that in mind, just go and visit Visual Complexity for some nifty graphics and maps of the increasingly complex

Posted in Networks