This is a great riff on how reading works and on the network effects of reading. Links below. Tyler says: … I go through five… Read More »Tyler Cowen on reading fast, reading well, and reading widely
Recommended – link below. 1. The most basic [type of connectedness] that we all think of is just popularity: how many people you connect with.… Read More »Network theory: Matthew O. Jackson on four types of connectedness
Another great episode of Exponential View – recommend. Azeem Azhar: It seems like the richer, faster growing economies require these dense and intricate networks of… Read More »César Hidalgo on the importance of trust in networks of innovation
The question is, what are you going to do tomorrow that’s going to make you more connected, in a more important way [or doing more… Read More »Seth Godin on a strategy of generous connection
What would happen to your organisation or movement if you dropped out? If the answer is “It would probably die,” then you probably* need to… Read More »Networks: your organisation as an unending conversation
What’s the problem? What networks of people and things underlie the problem, and what context or environment are they embedded in? Who wins if you… Read More »Some questions for making change happen
If you’re interested in how ideas, behaviours or prosperity spread through groups of people, this is talk at Google is worth a watch. Recommend.