The scientific version of the Bacon number is the Erdös number. Via a post on Finn Nielsen’s blog, I learned that i have a reasonably low Erdös number – three. (I also learned that Finn is one of the few people with a finite Erdös-Bacon number). The reason for both Finn’s and my own low… Continue reading Erdös Number
I wanted to start a real page, to upgrade from my somewhat one-dimensional page over on http://www.imm.dtu.dk/~slj. As you can probably see, I’m far from done, but I will be updating the site and posting more in the following few days/weeks.
Note: This post was originally posted on the Complexity and Social Networks Blog. A quick reminder that April 30th is the final chance to submit an abstract to the High Throughput Humanities Workshop that I’m organizing along with Riley Crane , Gourab Ghoshal, and Max Schich, at this years European Conference on Complex Systems in… Continue reading High Throughput Humanities: Final Call for Abstracts
During a press conference at last week’s SxSW conference, product manager of Google’s gmail team, Todd Jackson, revealed an interesting bit of information about the company’s problem-ridden new service Google Buzz: Jackson told the crowd, as he’s previously said to reporters, that too much was assumed about how Buzz would work best and be received… Continue reading Worlds Colliding
Note: This post was originally posted on the Complexity and Social Networks Blog. Along with Riley Crane (of Darpa Challenge and Colbert Report fame), physicist Gourab Ghoshal, and quantitatively minded art historian Max Schich, I’m putting together a workshop on High Throughput Humanities as a satellite meeting at this years European Conference on Complex Systems… Continue reading High Throughput Humanities