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LEARN: The Butterfly Effect

The word was coined by Edward Lorenz.
It is described as the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change in one state of a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large differences in a later state. 88 more words


The Bestseller Effect

Interesting article from Seth Godin:

There are two markets for books (and music).

The first market are grazers, collectors or omnivores. They make the market happen.

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Deadly Dominoes: Who Falls Next?

Deadly Dominoes: Who Falls Next?

By Shlomo   Maital 


   According to Reuters News Agency, “a prominent opponent has warned Vladimir Putin his days in power are numbered, as Russia awaits the president’s response to the dramatic decline of the rouble. 402 more words

Innovation Blog


” Life being what it is – a series of intersecting lives and incidents, out of anyone’s control

Toppling dominoes is an art, every piece has to be put in place specifically and needs to fall at the perfect time, any sooner and the whole sequence would be ruined. 192 more words

WORST NEW TRACK | panda bear, "boys latin" [domino]

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