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Wednesday, April 21st, 2010


I went up to London today to have a chat about HTML5 with some of the developers in the trenches of the BBC World Service.

It was only when I was on the train from Brighton that I realised I had left my reading material at home. Never mind, I thought, I’ve got my my Huffduffer feed to listen to.

First, I listened to a talk from at The RSA entitled How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

How Many Friends Does One Person Need? on Huffduffer

Then I listened to Jared interviewing Christian Crumlish and Erin Malone on Designing Social Interfaces.

Designing Social Interfaces on Huffduffer

The thematic segue was seamless.

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

Immaterials - Talks - BERG

Matt Jones on sociality, data, radio and time.

Saturday, March 17th, 2007

Co-evolution of neocortex size, group size and language in humans

The Dunbar number gets bandied about a lot in conversations about social networks these days. Here's the original paper that shows the research behind the oft-misused term.