Archive for April, 2012

The Social Life of Code – Innovation happens at the intersections!

Posted on April 29th, 2012 by The Learning Factor

Computer systems are man-made networks, but they sometimes have similar attributes to living networks such as human, biological and ecosystem networks. Therefore, we can apply our learning from one domain to the other — innovation happens at the intersections!

In this article, The Social Life of Routers, I apply social network analysis thinking to designing a network of routers for computer networks.

We are always updating each other, whether man or machine… Ping!

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Land Matrix | Land Portal

Posted on April 27th, 2012 by The Learning Factor

The Land Matrix is an online public database of large-scale land deals. It provides a visualisation of records documenting land deals since 2000. The data you can explore represent about 50% of the entire data base. The remaining deals are being crosschecked and added, together with new data provided, on an on-going basis. The visualisations offer overview of the data as well as giving full access to the public database down to the level of an individual deal

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The Neuroscience of Change: a conversation with Walter McFarland

Posted on April 27th, 2012 by The Learning Factor

Walter McFarland shares insights on the latest neuroscience research findings that inform how we lead organizational change.

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