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    Social Serendipity Power

    "people need to organise their lives in ways that increase their chances of unexpectedly bumping into someone who can tell them something useful"
    - The power of Pull (2010)

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    Metcalfe's Law

    Metcalfe's Law states that the power of a network increases exponentially as the number of members grows larger. This law is derived from the mathematical graph theory. A graph consists of a collection of vertices (nodes) and edges (that connect pairs of vertices) - what we would call a network. You can calculate with graphs. The so- called 'complete graph' is an interesting one, where every node is connected with every other one.
    - Ronald van den Hoff, Society 3.0