Thursday, August 25, 2005

Goings on in the social capital network blog world

I have been relatively distracted from the blogosphere lately, but have been paying just enough attention to notice a couple developments worth passing along:

If you haven't already made a habit of looking at Centrality, I recommend you start now. Good things have been happening there lately. Visible Path has brought on four notable contributors: Steve Borgatti, Danah Boyd, Nosh Contractor, and Rob Cross. That's in addition to Stanley Wasserman and Stowe Boyd. The next notable addition I suggest to this site? Outgoing resource links. But then again, "It's not who you know, it's who knows you," so technically speaking it's hard to fault the blogging strategists at Visible Path.

Also, this just in: Check out socialspace, which stated purpose is "to discuss dynamic networks, their impact and the use of social network analysis to understand them better." It's far too early to tell where this blog is headed, but at least it's got Connectedness on its initial blogroll (which, thanks to SiteMeter, is how I found out about it).


mike said...

I'm not sure how it's going to unfold either (other than my temporary graphic needs to change). I know that I've got alot out of reading from your blog as well as others on my blogroll. I was quite surprised as to how fast my initial post was even noticed (which I notice through my favourite tool - Onfolio).

mike said...

You may have already seen this but Nan Lin and others have just started a blog, Social Capital.

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