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Complex networks, complex processes

I’m writing a book on my sabbatical. Or trying to, anyway. So I thought I’d publicise the fact so people can hassle me to keep at it.

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Pervasive healthcare

This week’s piece of shameless self-promotion: a book chapter on how pervasive computing and social media can change long-term healthcare.

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It’s hard being a man in Middle Earth

The Lord of the Rings is about men, their deeds and courage in the face of seemingly overwhelming odds. Which makes it strange that they in the main get an incredibly raw deal.

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The only computer science book worth reading twice?

I was talking to one of my students earlier, and lent him a book to read over summer. It was only after he’d left that I realised  that — for me at any rate — the book I’d given him is probably the most seminal work in the whole of computer science, and certainly the book that’s most influenced my career and research interests.

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