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4. Further Reading

Philip Ball, Critical Mass: How one thing leads to another (Arrow, 2004)

Albert-László Barabasi, Linked: How everything is connected to everything else (Plume, 2003)

Albert-László Barabási: Web Without a Spider: The Emergence of Complex Networks, Video recording of a lecture given March 4, 2003 at MIT.

Albert-László Barabasi, Linked: Networks from Biology to the World Wide Web, Video/audio recording of a lecture given September 27, 2005 at Wellesley College, USA.

Mark Buchanan, Nexus: Small worlds and the science of networks (Norton, 2002)

Fritjof Capra, The Web of Life: A new synthesis of mind and matter (Harper Collins,1996)

Fritjof Capra, Hidden Connections: Integrating the biological, cognitive and social

Malcolm Gladwell, The Tipping Point: How little things can make a big difference (Blackbay, 2002)

Steven Johnson, Emergence: The connected lives of ants, brains, cities and software (Allen Lane, 2001)

Steven Strogatz, Sync: Rhythms of nature, rhythms of ourselves (Allen Lane, 2003)

James Surowiecki, The Wisdom of Crowds: Why the many are smarter than the few (Abacus, 2005)

Mark Ward, Universality: The underlying theory behind life, the universe and everything

Duncan Watts, Six Degrees: The Science of a connected age (Norton, 2003)

James Lawley

James LawleyJames Lawley is a UKCP registered psychotherapist, coach in business, and certified NLP trainer, and professional modeller. He is a co-developer of Symbolic Modelling and co-author (with Penny Tompkins) of Metaphors in Mind: Transformation through Symbolic Modelling. For a more detailed  biography see about us and his blog.

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