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Eva Schiffer : An interesting use of Net-Map going on in Tunisia, analyzing stakeholder networks in groundwater management. Originally posted on BirAlNas : One of the most important aspects of the Bir Al-Nas approach is the integration of social analysis into hydrogeochemical and hydrogeological investigations. 2008). View original

Take that, Gladwell: Vinegar, onions, social networks, and soccer nuts a revolution do make

Endless Knots

" Here's the beginning of David Kirpatrick and David Sanger's remarkable journalism: "CAIRO — As protesters in Tahrir Square faced off against pro-government forces, they drew a lesson from their counterparts in Tunisia: 'Advice to the youth of Egypt: Put vinegar or onion under your scarf for tear gas.'

Facebook and twitter aren’t the only networks that matter in Arab Spring

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Protester waving Egyptian flag on Tahrir Square (copyright Jonathan Rashad). It’s like standing back in awe, watching a force of nature.

Mapping a community – easy and not-so-easy

Learning Alliances

I’m resonating with how Joitske Hulsebosch has organized “ Tools for social network analysis from beginners to advanced levels.”

Practical example: community of practice on e-government

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They have a question and answers section on communities of practice. Ghana starts at 1:32 minutes :)).