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I echo Barry's opinion. It was a terrific social networks conference,
with awesome infrastructure support. Getting to inland China was a
bother, but once there -- fantastic. / Ron
On 8/21/13 5:23 PM, "Barry Wellman" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>This was a great social networks conference, one of the best that I
>attended. The papers were solid -- better than most Sunbelts that I have
>seen. The colleagues from East Asia and elsewhere were delightful, and
>hospitality was out of this world.
>Most papers were in English, although there was a separate track for
>Here's the program:
>Huge praise to Prof Yanjie Bian, conference manager Vivian Wang, and
>associates for great organizing and welcoming.
> Barry Wellman
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