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John - is this your screed? If so, can you explain "Problematic are so-called experts being highly dismissive of network laws, science, experts, practice and advice." I've noticed the opposite - high receptivity to networks across most academic disciplines. or are you referring to experts in the corporate sector? Even there, though, I've found growing network literacy.


On 2013-08-13, at 9:37 AM, "John T. Maloney" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

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> The Weakness of Strong Ties
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