Social processes: alternative mode of discourse

February 5, 2009
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This post has been generating some traffic in the last day or so. Since it appears that many of the people reading it are doing so for the first time, it seems worth pointing out that the content is also available in another format. This may be of interest, or it may not. This slide deck:

… is isomorphic to the original post. The following slide deck, OTOH, is a follow up to it. Its purpose is to try and make some of the more abstract ideas in the first deck, well, less so.


This post has been generating some traffic in the last day or so. Since it appears that many of the people reading it are doing so for the first time, it seems worth pointing out that the content is also available in another format. This may be of interest, or it may not. This slide deck:

… is isomorphic to the original post. The following slide deck, OTOH, is a follow up to it. Its purpose is to try and make some of the more abstract ideas in the first deck, well, less so.