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Centrality, the Relationship Capital Management Journal

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Dear all:

Centrality has changed its contributors, adding four Contributing  
Editors.
Check out http://www.centralityjournal.com/


Contributors
Lynda Radosevich, Executive Editor

Lynda Radosevich, vice president of communications at Visible Path,  
guides delivery of Centrality Journal's charter: to provide a forum  
for strategic and conceptual discussions of relationship capital, the  
nexus of social networks and business. She has spent the past 20  
years of her professional life in the relationship-network-rich  
environments of journalism (Computerworld, InfoWorld, CIO magazine  
and more), venture capital and start-up companies.

Stowe Boyd, Editor

Stowe Boyd, president and COO of Corante, is a well-known media  
subversive, and an internationally-recognized authority on real-time,  
collaborative and social technologies. His most frequent musings can  
be found at Get Real. Stowe was awarded his baccalaureate from the  
University of Massachusetts in Mathematics and Natural Sciences, and  
a masters degree in computer science from Boston University, where he  
also served as adjunct faculty. Stowe has been an editor or  
contributor to many publications, including Darwin, KMWorld,  
Enterprise Reengineering, Knowledge Management Review, and Lotus  
Developer. Stowe can be reached at 'stowe AT corante.com'.

Antony Brydon, Editor

As CEO and co-founder of Visible Path, Antony focuses on new  
technologies, strategic direction and new market opportunities. Prior  
to founding Visible Path, Antony served as CEO of IUMA, a leading  
digital music company, which he sold to EMusic in July 1998.  
Following the sale, he joined the executive team that sold EMusic to  
Vivendi-Universal in June 2001. From 1995 - 1998, Antony was an  
analyst at R. B. Webber & Company, a strategy consulting firm and  
venture fund in Palo Alto, CA. At Webber & Company, he developed  
business strategies and evaluated new market opportunities for ERP,  
CRM and SFA companies. Antony graduated from Yale University with a  
degree in psychology and philosophy and coursework in statistics.  
Antony can be reached via 'abrydon AT visiblepath.com'.

Stanley Wasserman PhD, Editor

As Visible Path's Scientist-at-Large, Stanley Wasserman applies his  
30-years of ground-breaking work in social network analysis to the  
development of proprietary SNA mathematical models for Visible Path's  
software platform. He is Rudy Professor of Sociology, Psychology, and  
Statistics at Indiana University. He is currently co-Principal  
Investigator on a 3-year (2005-2008)  $1.2 million grant from NSF to  
Indiana University to develop a NetWorkBench --- a set of software  
tools portable across platforms and useable by the entire range of  
network scientists.   He recently (2000-2003) was Principal  
Investigator on a 3-year $1.5 million grant from NSF to the  
University of Illinois to study the co-evolution of knowledge  
networks and organizational forms. He is an associate editor of  
Psychometrika, and has been an editor of Chance for the past ten  
years. He is also an editor of Centrality:   The Relationship Capital  
Management Journal.   He is the co-author of Social Network Analysis:  
Methods and Applications, the definitive textbook on social networks.

Danah Boyd, Contributing Editor

Danah Boyd is a Ph.D. student with Peter Lyman at the School of  
Information (SIMS) at the University of California, Berkeley.  
Currently, she is researching how people negotiate their presentation  
of self in mediated social contexts to unknown audiences. She is  
particularly interested in how youth develop a sense of individual  
and cultural identity in such an environment. Most of her work  
revolves around articulated social networks, blogging and other  
social software. Until August 2002, she was a graduate student with  
Judith Donath in the Sociable Media Group at the MIT Media Lab. For  
her Master's, she studied how people manage their identity  
presentation in relation to social contextual information. In her  
undergraduate years as a computer science major under Andy van Dam at  
Brown University, she focused on how sex hormones affect one's vision  
and how this impacts using artificial vision systems, such as virtual  
reality.

Steve Borgatti PhD, Contributing Editor

Stephen Borgatti earned his BA in Anthropology from Cornell  
University and his PhD in Mathematical Social Science from the  
University of California, Irvine. He taught at the University of  
California, Riverside and the University of South Carolina before  
joining the Carroll School of Management at Boston College in 1995.  
Prior to pursuing an academic career, Dr. Borgatti spent six years  
working for Boston-area management consulting firms, including the  
Planning Economics Group and Management Decision Systems (now  
Information Resources, Inc., of Chicago). His research interests  
include intra- and inter-organizational networks, economic  
ecosystems, organizational culture, and mathematical/computational  
approaches to organizational theory. Recent publications include  
“Knowing What We Know: Supporting Knowledge Creation and Sharing in  
Social Networks” (Organizational Dynamics), “Beyond Answers:  
Dimensions of the Advice Network (Social Networks), and “A  
Statistical Method for Comparing Aggregate Data Across a priori  
Groups” (Field Methods). Dr. Borgatti teaches courses in  
organizational behavior, research methods, interpersonal  
communication, and social networks.

Nosh Contractor PhD, Contributing Editor

Noshir Contractor is a Professor in the Department of Speech  
Communication, Department of Psychology, and the Coordinated Science  
Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is a  
Research Affiliate of the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and  
Technology, Director of the Science of Networks in Communities  
(SONIC) Group at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications,  
and Co-Director of the Age of Networks Initiative at the Center for  
Advanced Study at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His  
research program, funded continuously for the past decade by major  
grants from the U.S. National Science Foundation, is investigating  
factors that lead to formation, maintenance, and dissolution of  
dynamically linked knowledge networks in 21st century organizational  
forms.

Rob Cross PhD, Contributing Editor

Rob Cross is an assistant professor in the management department of  
University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce and co-author of  
"The Hidden Power of Social Networks: Understanding How Work Really  
Gets Done in Organizations." His principal interests are with the  
application of social network analysis to critical business issues  
and improving effectiveness in knowledge-intensive work. He has  
worked with over 60 leading organizations (both companies and  
government agencies) on these issues.

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