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Social Physics: How Good Ideas Spread?The Lessons from a New Science by Pentland, Alex (2014) Hardcover Hardcover

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  • ASIN: B00M0K5G02
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I'm halfway thru this and it's a very interesting read from a man obviously ahead of the curve in the field. The amount of things you can imply from seemingly not connected things are quite amazing. Certainly making me think a little differently.
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Contains great insights and case studies as well as serving as a good primer for understanding how networks function leading to what is in effect a new discipline of 'Social Physics'
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