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Dutch sistersite

I've started Dietse Dromen, a Dutch language weblog, with my friend Marc, check it out some day!

Posted @ 10 11 05 | two comments

Mapping the global future

The National Intelligence Counsel of the US dreamed up the likely world in 2020. Read the results here (bulky pdf), over a hundred pages worth of scenarios for the future...

Posted @ 28 01 05 | two comments

ComTech review

The new Community Tech review is online. Lots of interesting stuff...

Posted @ 26 01 05 | two comments

Automotive Dreams

Tim Leuliette made an interesting speech on the future of the automobile industry, oil and the hydrogen economy.

Posted @ 24 01 05 | two comments

Changing Opinions in a Changing World: A new perspective in Sociophysics

I found this article in the ArXiv today. In it, some applications and implications of recent advances in the reletively new field of sociophysics are discussed. This piece reminds me of a quote I once read of James Trefil:


Posted @ 27 10 04 | two comments

Conference: ICT, Knoledge society and changes in work

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Posted @ 26 10 04 | two comments

"Sociophysics" or complex network theory

RedNova has been so kind to write the post I was working on, introducing complex network theory or "sociophysics" to the readers of this blog. Not much depth, but a nice intro to those of you new to the subject. (via Minding the Planet)

Posted @ 21 10 04 | two comments

Organisational hierarchy in intelligence analysis

Orgnet.com has a short piece applying some of the lessons of complexity theory to organising the intelligence community.

Posted @ 20 10 04 | six comments

"Hacking democracy in the UK"

Scalefree.net points to some interesting developments in the UK, explained at perfect.co.uk. This may get interesting...

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DEMOS: Masters of the Universe

Another interesting piece of thinking from demos: Masters of the universe. Exploring the implications and possibilities coming with cheap spacetrabel.

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