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Information Cascades, Revisited

A couple of years ago, I blogged about an information cascade problem I’d read about in David Easley and Jon Kleinberg‘s textbook on Networks, Crowds, and Markets. To recall the problem (which they themselves borrowed from Lisa Anderson and Charles Holt: The experimenter puts an urn at the front of the room with three marbles in it; she announces that there is a […] → Read More: Information Cascades, Revisited

Information Cascades, Revisited

A couple of years ago, I blogged about an information cascade problem I’d read about in David Easley and Jon Kleinberg‘s textbook on Networks, Crowds, and Markets. To recall the problem (which they themselves borrowed from Lisa Anderson and Charles Holt: The experimenter puts an urn at the front of the room with three marbles in it; she announces that there is a […] → Read More: Information Cascades, Revisited

Information Cascades, Revisited

A couple of years ago, I blogged about an information cascade problem I’d read about in David Easley and Jon Kleinberg‘s textbook on Networks, Crowds, and Markets. To recall the problem (which they themselves borrowed from Lisa Anderson and Charles Holt: The experimenter puts an urn at the front of the room with three marbles in it; she announces that there is a […] → Read More: Information Cascades, Revisited

Information Cascades, Revisited

A couple of years ago, I blogged about an information cascade problem I’d read about in David Easley and Jon Kleinberg‘s textbook on Networks, Crowds, and Markets. To recall the problem (which they themselves borrowed from Lisa Anderson and Charles Holt: The experimenter puts an urn at the front of the room with three marbles in it; she announces that there is a […] → Read More: Information Cascades, Revisited

Information Cascades, Revisited

A couple of years ago, I blogged about an information cascade problem I’d read about in David Easley and Jon Kleinberg‘s textbook on Networks, Crowds, and Markets. To recall the problem (which they themselves borrowed from Lisa Anderson and Charles Holt: The experimenter puts an urn at the front of the room with three marbles in it; she announces that there is a […] → Read More: Information Cascades, Revisited

Information Cascades, Revisited

A couple of years ago, I blogged about an information cascade problem I’d read about in David Easley and Jon Kleinberg‘s textbook on Networks, Crowds, and Markets. To recall the problem (which they themselves borrowed from Lisa Anderson and Charles Holt: The experimenter puts an urn at the front of the room with three marbles in it; she announces that there is a […] → Read More: Information Cascades, Revisited

Driving without a Blind Spot May Be Closer Than It Appears

A side mirror that eliminates the dangerous “blind spot” for drivers has now received a U.S. patent. The subtly curved mirror, invented by Drexel University mathematics professor Dr. R. Andrew Hicks,dramatically increases the field of view with min… → Read More: Driving without a Blind Spot May Be Closer Than It Appears

Scale, Structure, and Semantics

This morning I had the pleasure to present a keynote address at the Semantic Technology & Business Conference (SemTechBiz). I’ve had a long and warm relationship with the semantic technology community — especially with Marco Neumann and the New York Semantic Web Meetup. But I’m not exactly a fanboy of the semantic web, and I […] → Read More: Scale, Structure, and Semantics

Scale, Structure, and Semantics

This morning I had the pleasure to present a keynote address at the Semantic Technology & Business Conference (SemTechBiz). I’ve had a long and warm relationship with the semantic technology community — especially with Marco Neumann and the New York Semantic Web Meetup. But I’m not exactly a fanboy of the semantic web, and I […] → Read More: Scale, Structure, and Semantics

Scale, Structure, and Semantics

This morning I had the pleasure to present a keynote address at the Semantic Technology & Business Conference (SemTechBiz). I’ve had a long and warm relationship with the semantic technology community — especially with Marco Neumann and the New York Semantic Web Meetup. But I’m not exactly a fanboy of the semantic web, and I […] → Read More: Scale, Structure, and Semantics