[Wsuug] everything's a graph
jz at frimmin.com
Thu Feb 4 08:06:18 EST 2010
Here comes Jon with his once-a-month reply:
Heck yeah... talk to me 'bout graphs!
On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 6:51 AM, Kelley Walker <kcwalker at inkworkswell.com>wrote:
> At 07:11 PM 2/3/2010, Zach Young wrote:
>> That wasn't trash. (For context, I had just happened to be thinking of
>> graph theory today) and remembered what Kelly, Albert, and others had
>> been mentioning about everything being a list and then realized that
>> everything is not a list, but really a graph.) I thought it was
>> interesting and that you might find it interesting as well.
> oooo. Please tell me more about this. :)
> I did a presentation awhile back on microformats. We'd talked about how
> almost everything you see, when you're using a content-based workflow (a la
> Andy Clarke) seems to be a list.
> As it turned out, I later did a presentation to our businesses about
> microformats, content-based workflow, etc. and how it saves the company
> money. It was New Year's, a convenient time when everyone's thinking in
> terms of lists. And, fortuitously, the famous philosopher Umberto Eco had
> curated an exhibit at the Louvre in which his thesis was: culture is founded
> on the list.
> So, now I'm curious about how to think of everything as a graph. :)
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