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November 15, 2015


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Catherine, good point about consumers spreading information. Unless we want to map the entire world population, it's inevitable that all networks will have arbitrary boundaries. This means that someone who appears to be "lurking" with few connections on the edge of a network might actually be part of a very robust network in a different context.

If we had a community devoted to figuring out how to achieve world peace and we knew that many heads of state were lurking there, I think most people would view that as a good thing.

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