Understanding Networks, Week 1
"There's no network topology so stupid it isn't used somewhere." - Clay Shirky
One of the things that has struck me most about reading Interop and Linked is that each time there is a new logical breakthrough in identifing predictable network behaviors, it becomes rigid canon. I guess that's not the surprise, that's more or less what canon is. And I suppose, that's what breakthrough is as well.
It appears things are changing, and history is not progressing in a linear way. Our interconnectedness is allowing stakeholders of broadly diverse expertise and crendentials(or lack there of) to contribute to or force change.
Here are some links I've read recently that are helping me triangulate this new space.
and maybe even this
http://www.kirkwatson.com/this-wont-bore-you-i-promiszzzzz/ (Shout out to my Mom for keeping me aware of the Texas-sized changes)