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I am playing around with a generic map of various "roles" in the mess
-- nodes are NOT specific banks/organizations/groups/people/etc. I
don't think anyone knows all of the financial ties amongst all of the
financial players in the last months/years -- some are private, some
It took me 3 months of "1-2 hours a day" to do the 9-11 terrorist map
at the end of 2001 -- luckily I had the time. The financial mess is
much bigger and more interconnected, though some of the data is more
available. It is probably a full time job for several people for the
next few months. I suspect we will start seeing some interesting and
useful maps by early 2009.
On Oct 12, 2008, at 1:02 PM, Dan Novak wrote:
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> Has anyone created or seen an attempt to visualize the latest crisis?
> Looking for something similar (or deeper than) the Katrina blame game
> pointed out by Valdis et al. in the NYT 2005
> Dan Novak, Ph.D.
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