Ppt on social networking good or bad

Simulating Social Networks James Moody Duke University The Population Sciences and Agent Based Methodology: An Answer to the Macro-Micro Link? September.

networks 4.Network Diffusion & Disease Spread a)Degree mixing models b)Relational timing 5.Promises & Pitfalls a)Good: Theoretical rigor, clarity, & elegance b)Bad: How to test against observed data c)Ugly: Rule proliferation & specification Introduction: outline Micro-Macro elements in social networks/. Since the hiring practices in this simulation were tied to quality ranks instead of cardinal values (or values relative to self), this means departments are forced by retirements to dig too deep in the/


Developing a Thesis  Specific and Focused. Developing a Thesis  Specific and Focused Bad Example: Social networking is important in our society today.

Bad Example: Social networking is important in our society today. Developing a Thesis  Specific and Focused Good Example: Facebook is a beneficial tool and should be used by all those who wish to strengthen their social bonds with friends and family. Developing a Thesis  Specific and Focused Bad/Bad Example: Americas anti-pollution efforts should be addressed. Developing a Thesis  Arguable, Non-neutral Statement Good/a Map for the Reader Good Example: Black Elk Speaks accurately/ the Reader Good Example: At/


University of Minnesota 1 / 50 June 2011 Keynote MobiDE 2011 Personalization, Socialization, and Recommendations in Location-based Services 2.0 Mohamed.

Evaluation in DBMS: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Layered Approach (The Bad) Top-k Skyline K-Dom K-Freq Top-k Dom DBMS Preference Evaluation Skyline implementation: ~200 code lines (selection) Bad Performance Built-in Approach / adding Check-in procedure, or just tracking the whereabouts of your friends “Location” should be ubiquitous in every functionality of social networks rather than just an additional attribute June 2011 26 / 50 Keynote MobiDE 2011 Social Networks: The News Feed Functionality Display/


Syndemics Prevention Network Maine Center for Public Health Evaluation Forum Portland, ME Friday July 22, 2005 Innovations in Planning and Evaluating System.

Syndemics Prevention Network "A bad solution is bad because it acts destructively upon the larger patterns in which it is contained...because it is formed in ignorance or disregard of them. A bad solution solves for a single purpose or goal, such as increased production. And it is typical of such solutions that they achieve stupendous increase in production at exorbitant biological and social costs…Good solutions recognize/


Shuai Ma Graph Search & Social Networks. 2 Graphs are everywhere, and quite a few are huge graphs!

concept! Graph Search, Why Bother? Social Networks are the New Media 12 Social networks are graphs The nodes are the people and groups The links/edges show relationships or flows between the nodes. Social Networks are the New Media 13 Social networks are becoming an important way to/and only if (f(u), f(u)) is an edge in G s Goodness: Badness: 27 These hinder the usability in emerging applications, e.g., social networks Keep exact structure topology between Q and G s May return exponential many matched /


The Internet, The Good, The Bad and the Ugly Social Media, Privacy, Cyberstalking Cybercrime and Safety (focus on Youth) Dr. A.G. Hamilton-Taylor Lecturer.

branched into mobile, cloud hosting,…  Social Media  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn (social networking for professionals)  E-commerce companies  Amazon  Ebay….. The Internet: The Good  This was what the public use /good and bad information sources  Websites that end in.edu are Educational Institutions, and.gov is Government:  www.mona.uwi.edu www.mona.uwi.edu  www.jis.gov.jm www.jis.gov.jm What we need to do: Schools  Teachers should try Google searches first  Before sending students to search, or/


Social Media and Communications Keeping it Classy in the Modern Workplace Written by Dallas Duncan and Dr. Frank B. Flanders Foundation Skills, Unit 3.9,

letters when typing Lesson 2: Social Networking You, Yourself, and Your Online Reputation How can social networking help or hurt a person’s reputation? How would you define social networking? What are some social networking sites? Which of these sites do you use? Why did you choose these sites? Why do you not use social networking? The Good and the Bad What are some pros and cons of social networking? Additional examples can be found/


Social Media and Communications Keeping it Classy in the Modern Workplace Written by Dallas Duncan and Dr. Frank B. Flanders Foundation Skills, Unit 3.9,

letters when typing Lesson 2: Social Networking You, Yourself, and Your Online Reputation How can social networking help or hurt a person’s reputation? How would you define social networking? What are some social networking sites? Which of these sites do you use? Why did you choose these sites? Why do you not use social networking? The Good and the Bad What are some pros and cons of social networking? Additional examples can be found/


Social Media and Communications Keeping it Classy in the Modern Workplace Written by Dallas Duncan and Dr. Frank B. Flanders Foundation Skills, Unit 3.9,

letters when typing Lesson 2: Social Networking You, Yourself, and Your Online Reputation How can social networking help or hurt a person’s reputation? How would you define social networking? What are some social networking sites? Which of these sites do you use? Why did you choose these sites? Why do you not use social networking? The Good and the Bad What are some pros and cons of social networking? Additional examples can be found/


Towards High Performance Network Defense Zhichun Li EECS Department Northwestern University.

??Good Build a better Snort alternative! Multiple sig. matching  candidate selection algorithm Parsing  parsing state machine Make vulnerability signature a practical solution for NIDS/NIPS 39 Future work Social network security ClientServer Network Security Web/WebSecurity WebPropeht[NSDI10] WebShield Data Center Security 40 Q & A Thanks! 41 Observations array PDU PDU  parse tree Leaf nodes are numbers or strings General V.S. Special Purpose Keep/


Tom Peters’ EXCELLENCE ! “THE WORKS” 1966-2015 Chapter EIGHT: INNOVATE OR DIE 30 November 2015 (10+ years of presentation slides at tompeters.com)

from everywhere! LEARN from best practices/ But allow 100% variation Coalition of Fearless Experimenters Ask for help: Crowdsource EVERYTHING Social networking with peers 100% participation! 100% leaders on board 100% customer-vendor participation Learning labs scrounge anywhere and everywhere for/the cubicle next to yours—or even more than you would for a key external customer. (Remember, XFX is the key to Customer Retention which is in turn the key to “all good things.”) 9. Do not bad mouth... “the damned /


The Aging of Participation: Community, Work, and Social Networks 1 Paul M.A. Baker, Ph.D. and Nathan Moon, Ph.D. Georgia Institute of Technology Barry.

Social Media Average Facebook user connected to 80 community pages, groups or events 150M Facebook users access mobile devices/month Facebook 55% female, 12% 50+, 53% college+ LinkedIn 48% female, 32% 50+, 75% college+ Platform Characteristics Methodology 2 online social/successful aging ICT diffusion, technology as barrier and opportunity Social media facilitates and enhances community Bad News: low uptake Good News: growth of networking and information sharing = tremendous unmet potential Conclusions The /


ETH Zurich – Distributed Computing – www.disco.ethz.ch Silvio Frischknecht, Barbara Keller, Roger Wattenhofer Convergence in (Social) Influence Networks.

Silvio Frischknecht, Barbara Keller, Roger Wattenhofer Convergence in (Social) Influence Networks Simple World 2 Opinions: Opinion changes: Whatever the majority of my friends think b b b b b What Can Happen? and/or Goles and Olivios 1980 Easy Lower Bound: Ω(n) Upper Bound: v v v Good edge: Friend takes advised opinion on next day Bad edge: Friend does not take the proposed opinion/


Network Security – Passwords and Access Control By Dr. Amelia Phillips Highline College Fulbright Scholar.

Social engineering” is one of the easiest ways for intruders to compromise networks and other organizational systems.  Others can hear you give a password to someone you trust.  Someone looking over your shoulder can discover a password.  Don’t keep a copy of your password in a desk drawer, on a monitor, or/ char combinations for a given pwd (max. exhaustive attack time)  With uniform distribution (neither good nor bad luck), expected successful attack time is = ½ of max. exh. attack time (1 month)/


Social Media and Communications Keeping it Classy in the Modern Workplace Written by Dallas Duncan and Dr. Frank B. Flanders Foundation Skills, Unit 3.9,

letters when typing Lesson 2: Social Networking You, Yourself, and Your Online Reputation How can social networking help or hurt a person’s reputation? How would you define social networking? What are some social networking sites? Which of these sites do you use? Why did you choose these sites? Why do you not use social networking? The Good and the Bad What are some pros and cons of social networking? Additional examples can be found/


DR. GANAHL PR THEORY AND PRACTICE SPRING 2014 BAD DOG: LINDSAY COCHARIO, SAM FORVOUR, NICOLE KEISER, SEAN POTOR, AND MELISSA TRABBOLD. 1.

for WBUQ that will increase listenership and student involvement.  Bad Dog is dedicated to helping our client reach its fullest potential/page. If WBUQ was on other social media sites such as Tumblr, Vine or Instagram, the station could possibly /for many types of students to get lost in the goodness. If a listener is engaged in their personal taste/revolution.” 15 Output Objectives Controlled Media: Frequent updates on social networking sites: Facebook Twitter Website Flyers/posters around campus Work /


Social Media and Communications Keeping it Classy in the Modern Workplace Written by Dallas Duncan and Dr. Frank B. Flanders Foundation Skills, Unit 3.9,

letters when typing Lesson 2: Social Networking You, Yourself, and Your Online Reputation How can social networking help or hurt a person’s reputation? How would you define social networking? What are some social networking sites? Which of these sites do you use? Why did you choose these sites? Why do you not use social networking? The Good and the Bad What are some pros and cons of social networking? Additional examples can be found/


Data, Information and Knowledge. What is Data? Data consists of raw facts and figures CONDONE Raw facts or raw figures but do not accept has no meaning.

they can shop, check email, book holidays and bet, etc. Chat rooms / social networking Mobile phones Betting Dating Games (playing) Editing digital images Online shopping/booking Voting Home cinema/good answer could gain three marks for three distinct points) Sharing data is wrong as the question is about the network manager 6 (b) A private internet OR a closed / private network/Model could oversimplify the situation and not be accurate enough 2.Bad data errors in formulas will spoil accuracy 3.No model is /


A survey on methods and analysis of dynamic networks applied to biological problems Vena Chai Umberto.

individuals ? stabilize of social niches Pigtailed Macaque Co-sitting Proximity Method 2 Example Assortativity ⇔ interaction partner diversity Clustering coefficient ⇔ more or less clusters Conclusion: without policing individuals, more interaction, but less diverse, more clusters Answer to the original question: Policing helps stabilization Method 2 Discussion Good Practice: Compare with random network to test significance Measures correspond to biological interpretations Bad example: No significance test/


H Copyright 2016 © McGraw-Hill Education. Permission required for reproduction or displayBlend Images/Alamy.

mood can dramatically boost helping Copyright 2016 © McGraw-Hill Education. Permission required for reproduction or display. Why Do We Help? Social Exchange and Social Norms Internal Rewards Guilt (Feel-bad/do-good) Exceptions to the feel-bad/do-good scenario Effect occurs only with people whose attention is on others Feel good, do good Positive mood can dramatically boost helping Copyright 2016 © McGraw-Hill Education. Permission required for reproduction/


Network & Tree Graphs. Examples for in class Visual Web ▫ Touchgraph Touchgraph  Amazon>Movies “Redford”, “Streep”  Try one… ▫ Viszter Viszter.

social networks (when zoomed in). Symbols/glyphs for small number of categories if natural shapes (other color generally better). Label Often good for nodes; semantic zoom so readable at all times if possible. Size can be helpful to show continuous variable magnitude (at small scale when occlusion isn’t too bad/lk/netvis/trade/WorldTrade.html Social Network Visualization Social Network Analysis Is obesity contagious?obesity contagious Revisting Subway Maps Are they graphs or maps? 3 Subway Diagrams /


Data Mining for Social Network Analysis IEEE ICDM 2006, Hong Kong

Social Network Analysis Social Networks A social network is a social structure of people, related (directly or indirectly) to each other through a common relation or interest Social network analysis (SNA) is the study of social networks/among Yahoo Answers participants Keep track of users who consistently provide good answers for particular topics Provide incentives for experts to stay on/ ‘bad’ answers? If so how do we identify bad answers? 12/02/06 IEEE ICDM 2006 Idea 3 - Influence of Social Networks on/


Opportunities and Challenges of Community Wireless Networks

makes no warranties, express or implied, in this summary. Community Network Applications Internet use in communities increased social contact, public participation and size of social network. (social capital - access to people/Business model considerations will be important Increasing range is key for good mesh connectivity Suburbia Upper-middle class neighbourhood Houses about 40-120’/link ETTs Need to avoid unnecessarily long paths - bad for TCP performance - bad for global resources All hops on a path on /


Network-IDEAs Nairobi 25-27 Jan, 2007 Timo Voipio, MFA-Finland, 1 Decent Work for All – bridging the Economic and the Social (and.

Public Investment Management 4) Technology Policy 5) Social Policy ( including Employment) 6) Trade Policy Constructive alternative to WBs PRS Sourcebook Regional & national tailoring, translation, dissemination, training Multi-donor trust fund? (~ or: Good ideas fly…) UN-ECOSOC: Promote Decent Work/school attendance u Pro-active (self targeting) social assistance and/or employment guarantee schemes u universal pensions in old age, disabilty and loss of breadwinner Network-IDEAs Nairobi 25-27 Jan, 2007 Timo /


Social Media and Communications Keeping it Classy in the Modern Workplace Written by Dallas Duncan and Dr. Frank B. Flanders Foundation Skills, Unit 3.9,

capital letters when typing Lesson 2: Social Networking You, Yourself, and Your Online Reputation How can social networking help or hurt a persons reputation? How would you define social networking? What are some social networking sites? Which of these sites do you use? Why did you choose these sites? Why do you not use social networking? The Good and the Bad What are some pros and cons of social networking? Additional examples can be found/


Neighborhoods, communities, and collective goods and bads Beate Völker Dept. of Sociology, Utrecht University, The Netherlands.

good production neighborhoods 5 Ongoing research projects/interests of BV 5 6 What is a neighborhood? Geographical area Administrative area – zip code What people consider to be a neighborhood Neighbors who interact with each other more than with other people (who live also close by) 7 Neighborhoods in the SSND ( the Survey of the Social Networks/ group an actor belongs, in order to determine whether a tie provides bridging or bonding social capital How to proceed ? (1) Technically: –Do not use the index/


Woking Borough Council – Social Media Training Andy Denner – Marketing and Communications Manager, WBC Charlie Vavasour – Managing Director, Quantum PR.

radio stations, or the users computer or many portable music devicesInternet radiomany portable music devices G+ - is a multilingual social networking and is the second largest social networking site in / not the icing”@brightonfringe —Cllr Bill Randall, Brighton and Hove City Council Good examples of tweets “@WokingNews Ill be speaking at the meeting on Monday 11th/happy to take any questions”@WokingNews —Cllr Ashley Bowes, Woking Borough Council Bad examples of tweets “I’m a #LibDem because, when I tried to/


CMU SCS I2.2 Large Scale Information Network Processing INARC 1 Overview Goal: scalable algorithms to find patterns and anomalies on graphs 1. Mining Large.

2 Large Scale Information Network Processing INARC A Challenge in BP Scalability! Existing works assume that all the nodes (and/or edges) of the input/machines, edges Many applications  Finding `good’ and `bad’ web sites  Fraud detection  … CMU SCS I2.2 Large Scale Information Network Processing INARC 22 Spectral Analysis of Billion-/ 26 CMU SCS I2.2 Large Scale Information Network Processing INARC Application of HEigen Triangle Counting  Real social networks have a lot of triangles Friends of friends are/


The Tyne foundry As depicted here by Kathe Kollwitz, conditions on farms were often bad enough to drive many people to go to the cities to find work.

Kathe Kollwitz, conditions on farms were often bad enough to drive many people to go/property WWII (FC.136) WWII (FC.136) FC.113 THE SOCIAL IMPACT OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Mass migration to urban areas  New cities rise up quickly Village network of friends & relatives is replaced by: Nucl. Fam. in /(rich) vs 17 (poor) - Window taxes->No windows put in - No parks or trees; - 7 people/room in 1 house -Pay only good at company store -Hunt down & arrest workers walking off job -Belgian commission: more spent/


Spread of Influence through a Social Network Adapted from :

basic classes of diffusion models: threshold and cascade General operational view:  A social network is represented as a directed graph, with each person (customer) as a node  Nodes start either active or inactive  An active node may trigger activation of neighboring nodes  Monotonicity assumption:/with an empty set S  For k iterations: Add node v to S that maximizes f(S +v) - f(S). How good (bad) it is?  Theorem: The greedy algorithm is a (1 – 1/e) approximation.  The resulting set S activates at /


What can be done to mitigate the persistent social segregation of secondary schools in England? John Coldron Caroline Cripps Lucy Shipton Centre for Education.

good and bad schools and of explaining poorer parents’ choice as some sort of false consciousness Parents overwhelmingly choose on the basis of who they want their child to have as peers and who the parents (usually the mother) want as their social network/a small but positive effect on intakes. 2.It does not affect legal social selection by schools e.g. by default through selection by prior attainment or aptitude. 3.Does not affect the segregating effects of residential choice. InterventionRationaleComment /


SOCIAL CAPITAL THE AIMS OF THESE NOTES – Social capital: a controversial concept THREE KEY WORDS – Networks – Trust – Institutions.

Common values Sanctions Networks as a form of capital SOCIAL CAPITAL: NETWORKS Nan Lin definition of social capital Networks as a source of social capital Three layers of social networks – The inner layer – The intermediate layer – The outer layer The utility of each level of layer SOCIAL CAPITAL: NETWORKS The dual nature of social capital Social capital as a private resource Social capital as a public good Relational capital System capital SOCIAL CAPITAL AND TRUST/


Mark Ciampa Western Kentucky University

, the mobile device can retain the value and does need to ask for it again Social Networking Attacks Grouping individuals and organizations into clusters or groups based on affiliation called social networking Web sites that facilitate linking individuals with common interests like hobbies, religion, politics, or school contacts are called social networking sites and function as an online community of users User who is granted access to a/


The right information for the right people at the right time for the intended effect. Communication for the public good.

Pathways to a Health Competent Society Social Political Environment Community action groups Media advocacy Opinion leader advocacy Organizational development Coalition building Service Delivery System Norms & standards Rewards & incentives Job/peer feedback Job aides Training in CPI Supportive settings Community outreach Internet portals Distance learning Community & Individual Participation in social change efforts Strengthening social networks Peer support groups Multimedia programs Enter-education/


HOW TO TAKE AWESOME SELFIES And other social media fun…

Abuse Allegations “Were very disappointed in how many have chosen to misuse our app. We recognize that with any social app or network, there is the likelihood for misuse from a small group of users. We have geo-fenced almost all primary/good/bad. We make a choice  Be mindful of Anonymity Using Social Media and Apps to enrich our lives. Good Uses of Social Media Social Media and Emergencies  How many people used Social Media after the earthquake?  How many people texted family, FHE groups, etc.  Is Social/


Tweeting the Revolution: Social Media for Social Justice. a training by Picture the Homeless.

family to actions. Well go into more specific examples a little later. Social Media for Social Justice: FUNDAMENTALS 5. ITS A TOOL LIKE ANY OTHER – ITS ONLY AS GOOD OR AS BAD OR AS STUPID AS THE USE YOU PUT IT TO. Maybe 95% of/ Facebook friends to an action, or spend an hour researching and adding Twitter followers; or find good YouTube videos that deal with your issues. Social Media for Social Justice: TIPS AND TRICKS 4. GET SOCIAL WITH IT. The appeal of social networking lies in actual interactions. Thats /


“Making Ends Meet” A Study of Poverty, Shame and Social Exclusion in Norway Erika Gubrium Ivar Lødemel.

any case half of my social network are also social assistance clients. So we find things [to do] that don’t need to be so expensive. That’s very good. And those who do /aren’t people you have daily dealings with. It’s less pitiful, really [small pause], or a little more anonymous you might say (Kenneth, 497-527). Necessity: I think in a/shows award for best employee], but..the employer says, “No, sorry, but we have a bad budget” …So the employer offers me another internship. I never get hired, I’ve worked /


Ryerson Polytechnic University Toronto, Ontario, October 4, 2002

Network Community-based coalition of over 45 groups. Frustrated by limited mandate and neglect of societal issues in heart health. Commissioned literature review and report on income and heart health to raise awareness. Released the report Inequality is Bad for Our Hearts: Why Low Income and Social Exclusion are Major Causes of Heart Disease in Canada in November 2001. Updated revision Social Justice is Good/level of physical activity, presence of hypertension or diabetes, level of cholesterol, and body mass/


Social Networks First half based on slides by Kentaro Toyama,

s lecture at Stanford Example 1 2 3 good 4 bad 5 6 7 Assumption: Bad pages are “isolated” from “good” pages.. (and vice versa) Trust Propagation Trust is “transitive” so easy to propagate ..but attenuates as it traverses as a social network If I trust you, I trust your/u,v)- a r(u,v) is the “lattice” distance between u and v (computed as manhattan distance) As against geodesic or network distance computed in terms of number of edges E.g. North-Rim and South-Rim - a determines how steeply the probability of /


Trust, social capital and state Lecture political science – political theory 2 – summer semester 2004 University of Fribourg.

the creation of social capital?  good and bad networks, organizations -> dark side of social capital Critics Putnams social capital theory II Norms of cooperation in any particular network are likely to change from one situation to another. They can represent social capital in one context and unsocial capital in another --> negative social capital,  Mafia,  Oklahoma bomber,  exclusion Two faces of networks: they can be agencies of development or "rent-seekers depleting/


Kemal AkkayaWireless & Network Security 1 Department of Computer Science Southern Illinois University Carbondale CS 591 – Wireless & Network Security Lecture.

Any other observable metric Kemal AkkayaWireless & Network Security 9 The Trust Manager  Generate an alarm on experienced or observed misbehavior.  Forward alarm on received/. Kemal AkkayaWireless & Network Security 26 Reputation based framework for sensor networks (RFSN) Embedded in every social network is a web of/module Kemal AkkayaWireless & Network Security 33 Bad Mouthing Attacks Attack: Propagate false bad reputation information about good nodes Countermeasure: Good Reputation System Set up/


Opportunity is the Mother of Invention How Personal Delay Tolerant Networking led to Data Centric Networking & Understanding Social Networks. Or Ignoring.

1. Motivation 2001-2004 Mobile users currently have a very bad experience with networking Applications do not work without networking infrastructure such as 802.11 access points or cell phone data coverage Local connectivity is plentiful (WiFi, / Switched Networks (CCN/NDN etc) came out of random (good) question by Brad Karp during Pan Hui’s PhD defense * Data Driven Declarative Networking 23 PSN: Dynamic Human Networks Topology changes every time unit Exhibits characteristics of Social Networks Node /


Epidemics in Social Networks

Example: obesity study Christakis and Fowler, “The Spread of Obesity in a Large Social Network over 32 Years”, New England Journal of Medicine, 2007. Data set of 12/ is maximized is an NP-hard optimization problem[GFN77, NWF78]. Good News We can use Greedy Algorithm! How good (bad) it is? Start with an empty set S For k iterations/ of activating ω. Simulate the process 10000 times for each targeted set, re-choosing thresholds or edge outcomes pseudo-randomly from [0, 1] every time Compare with other 3 common /


1 Networking Retrospective R. Les Cottrell SLAC, Presented at the 20 year HEPiX Anniversary Meeting, Vancouver, Oct 24-28, 2011.

searches, Multimedia Internet, video communication (YouTube), Internet access everywhere, mobility, virtual worlds, social networking (Facebook, Twitter), video games, shared information (anyone can publish) In 1998 75%/in TCP/IP so left to application or just disconnect and start again Mesh, sensor nets, self-organizing networksBad guy may join, e.g. military/ Satellite 2008 24 Terrestrial GEOS GEOS (Geostationary Earth Orbit Satellite) good coverage, but expensive in $/Mbps broadband costs 50 times that /


Ecs289m Spring, 2008 Online Social Network (1) S. Felix Wu Computer Science Department University of California, Davis

Value & Prioritization Application IDS Link Ranks Reputation Incentives Other Trust Metrics [good, bad] messages 03/14/2008Davis Social Links94 MessageReaper vs. Spams 03/14/2008Davis Social Links95 MessageReaper vs. Freeloaders 03/14/2008Davis Social Links96 MessageReaper A Feedback Control Trust/Reputation system –P2P and decentralized Collusive Attacks –Still needs more works –But, under our social network, it might not be easy for the attackers to obtain the/


Passwords Joe St Sauver, Ph.D. Security Programs Manager, Internet2 or NWACC Security Conference, Portland, Oregon.

would be on a shared network link). I would suggest that between arp spoofing, mac flooding, and mac duplication (among other methods), there’s a good chance that a bad guy or bad gal can still arrange to see network traffic even in a fully /., etc. Unfortunately, a lot of personal trivia answers are (a) easily forgotten; or (b) are a matter of public record due to things like genealogical databases, and social networking sites; or (c) have low information entropy (e.g.: favorite ice cream flavor? Vanilla’s/


The 10 Greatest US Intelligence Failures

1961: Bay of Pigs Invasion 1941: Pearl Harbor Attack Intelligence -- both good and bad -- can influence presidential decision-making, alter U.S. foreign policy,/or "First Families" network, as a member or hired lobbyist of a political interest group, as a leader or active member of a political party or faction, or in two, three, four, or/ in Predicating Future Utility Projection Bias in Medical Decision Making Social Learning, Social Influence and Projection Bias Videos Confirmation Bias Pitfalls of Thinking /


Women & Social Inclusion Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals Sascha Gabizon WECF International Women‘s Major Group.

than 5% Social Protection 1.3 implement nationally appropriate (BAD) social protection systems and measures for all, including floors (GOOD), and by /communities, indigenous people, and persons with disabilities. We will adopt or review our national financial inclusion strategies in consultation with relevant national/support microfinance institutions, development banks, agricultural banks, mobile network operators, payment platforms, agent networks, cooperatives, postal banks and savings banks. We encourage/


Levels of the “Social” Daniel Little August 2004.

–Causal mechanisms –Methodological localism Survey of good current social science research Conclusions Starting points We need new ideas and models for conceptualizing “social science” and the social. “Empirical methods and conceptual confusion” Bad tropes for the social sciences— –Naturalism—no! –Social kinds or essences—no! –Strong generalizations across social phenomena—no! –Hyper-quantitative approaches to social inquiry—no! And yet— Social explanation is possible Causal relations obtain within/


Like, Tweet, Share, Follow: Social Media & the Job Search.

BRAND  “Your personal brand is what they believe about you based on everything they’ve ever seen or heard – whether good or bad, true or untrue.” – Barbara Findlay Schenck  A brand is a promise you make to employers about the value you can bring to them  Before you use social networking technologies, you must first consider your personal brand PERSONAL BRANDING  Personal branding is the art of/


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