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Hello everyone!

Captain Obvious inside me couldn't be restrained from this:

Linton C. Freeman "The Development of Social Network Analysis. A Study in
the Sociology of Science" p. 153-154.

Best.
Alex.

2012/3/2 David Tindall <[log in to unmask]>

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> On 01/03/2012 9:58 AM, patrick doreian wrote:
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> ***** To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org ***** On 3/1/2012 12:32
> PM, Carl Johan Nordlund wrote:
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> Sort of a silly question - but how come the upcoming Sunbelt conference is
> called "Sunbelt"? Hamburg is a bit off from the southern regions of the US,
> no?
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> And see you there!
>
> Carl
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> hi carl,
>            the reason lies in the mists of time. the first sunbelt
> gatherings were in the usa sunbelt. and the name had meaning in the winter
> season which implied some nice marketing. but as soon as the first
> vancouver sunbelt occured, the term lost its initial meaning. with the
> merging of the european and sunbelt gathering occurred in london in 1995,
> the term had even less descriptive merit. but the tradition of naming it
> 'sunbelt' remained. i like it - but maybe when all of the old farts who
> were at the beginning of sunbelt peg out, then the name might change. but
> in the current rotation, the two in the usa are in the sunbelt and to quote
> meatloaf "two out three ain't bad".
> with best wishes
> pat
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> Just in case someone gets the mistaken idea that Vancouver is not sunny
> most of the time, I will point out that the London meeting actually
> occurred before the Vancouver meeting. :-)
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> Cheers,
>
> DBT
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> Ps: ok ... I will admit that technically speaking, Vancouver has more
> rainy days, and more mm of rain each year even than London ....
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