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Jules Dan Katanyag Jul 14
behind every big collaborative systems are broken and wounded people bound and held by the miracle of keeping their shit together.
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Yamir Moreno Jul 18
Our in Book on Multilayer Networks (covering basic definitions, formalism, and structural and spectral properties) is now available. Check or
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ϟɪᴄ Nᴀᴛɪᴄ ™ 🇧🇪 Jul 18
Every Man Needs A little madness.
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▲ Andy B Jul 17
the blindboy podcast is class, i was just wondering how do you spell the otters name?
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Paula Sanz-Leon Jul 12
Replying to @pausanzleon
One of the best ways to study oscillations is to study synchronisation. Check these books on synchronisation on complex systems.
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Paula Sanz-Leon Jul 12
Replying to @pausanzleon
Modelling with FHN one can understand many spatiotemporal cortical phenomena
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Kenneth Silvestri Jul 19
Here is the announcement release and information about my new book, "A Wider Len's: How to See Your Life Differently."
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Zaid Hassan 20m
Strategy As Abstraction = Creating analytical roadmaps. Strategy As Action = Figuring what you actually need to do & doing it.
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Milos N. Mladenovic Jul 13
Finally, seeing the of process dynamics! Susa Eräranta's dissertation will soon be out to shake up planning theory and it's relation with practice, as well as practice itself. Let us remember that planners are humans!
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Denise G. Easton 2h
So how do you work WITH the shifting ecosystems? I have a few ideas Thinking seeks to use the tension in the system for creative enterprise and increased engagement.
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Dr Piret Tõnurist 13h
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Paula Sanz-Leon Jul 12
Replying to @pausanzleon
Dmitry discusses the importance of all the neurovascular cell circuit to understand neural activity
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Juliet Dunstone Jul 13
How many ways has been used by the speakers at ?
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NathalieMezza-Garcia Jul 17
It was a pleasure to record this episode of the Podcast with . and 🌊☀️🌴🚄
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David Humphreys Jul 18
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NECSI Jul 18
How did you discover science? Share your story.
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Jakob Wolman Jul 19
Very nice writeup on by The realization of what it means to work in took me years, but has been ever so valuable since the penny dropped.
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Oisin Jul 18
Love word use graphs. Why has hypallage (transposition of the relations of 2 elements in a proposition, i.e. ‘Donal shook his doubtful curls') plummeted in use (1918 low), soared, but not to 1846 high? Social Certainty? Progress?
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Universal🌿Simplexity Jul 18
Creativity is the product of ! Csikszentmihalyi that people were all and people in the sense that they know and balance contradictory viewpoints such as humble and proud at the same time. Sounds like Ashby's Law of Requisite Variety?
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Kristen Eshleman Jul 18
Replying to @mzrascoff
Yes, and I think you can't get to lasting change w/o a lens into org culture: "By showing a dispositional state you allow people to explore the evolutionary potential of the present; you avoid the false promise of an idealised future."
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