Category Archives: Network Dynamics

The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF2016) opens online on Monday Nov 7

Molly Marshall asked me to forward the following message to you. Please forward it in your network.        jaap van till, TheConnectivist ============================================== The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF) is an online, open access event that explores the question: The … Continue reading

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Kojin Karatani: “The Structure of World History”- The Four Modes of Exchange

Heavy stuff !! For political scientists and sociologists. But also an essential read for those who want to look ahead what may be coming (P2P Collaboration) in these turbulent transitionary times. This book (and his video-lectures explaining it, see the … Continue reading

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Barabási’s new book ‘Network Science’ is out at last. Great teaching material.

Is Connectivity your thing? Then NETWORK SCIENCE is your book. Buy the book at Amazon or read it free online at:  http://barabasilab.com/networksciencebook/ You can read each chapter online there and sheets are also avialable for teaching & lectures.   Here … Continue reading

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