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avivajazz  jazzaviva

T N T - The Network Thinker - 0 views

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    This blog is focused on "exploding" old concepts and thinking about economies, organizations, communities, and groups. We will focus on patterns of connectivity and self-organizing behavior in economic and social networks and how these new structures lead to resilience, adaptability, agility, and innovation.
Emily Vickery

Top Twitter Friends - 0 views

  • Who do you talk to most often on Twitter? Who are your closest friends? What does your social network look like?
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    Who do you talk to most often on Twitter?\nWho are your closest friends?\nSee your conversations: \nSee your town's social network: \nSee people who talk about [fill in blank]\n\n\n \n
avivajazz  jazzaviva

T N T - The Network Thinker: Twitter Maps - 0 views

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    When choosing a map - especially a social network map - which do you prefer - pretty or useful? In an ideal world I would take pretty useful, but forced to choose between the two I'll take useful. Here are two social graphs taken from my Twitter following data. -Valdis Krebs, InFlow, Social Network Analysis Expert
avivajazz  jazzaviva

Collaborative Thinking : Enterprise Twitter : Clarity Amid The Hype - 0 views

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    Organizations that want benefits from social network tools will need to make some selective, deliberate and thoughtful choices that are different from the most highly restrictive "need to know" policies. For some more high-level thoughts on the relationship between social network and the org chart, see some high level thoughts on that topic, see: http://www.alevin.com/?p=1280
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