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Emily Eakin: Connect, They Say, Only Connect

Emily Eakin, New York Times: “[As] an intellectual approach, network theory is the latest symptom of a fundamental shift in scientific thinking, away from a focus on individual components – particles and subparticles – and toward a novel conception of the group. As Mr. Barabasi, a professor of physics at the University of Notre Dame, put it: “In biology, we’ve had great success stories – the human genome, the mouse genome. But what is not talked about is that we have the pieces but don’t have a clue as to how the system works. Increasingly, we think the answer is in networks.”” (Via Xeni Jardin.)

The above was posted to my personal weblog on January 27, 2003. My name is Peter Lindberg and I am a thirtysomething software developer and dad living in Stockholm, Sweden. Here, you’ll find posts in English and Swedish about whatever happens to interest me for the moment.

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