John -- i love this -- thank you.
"The network itself can provide a filter for valid information"
This supports an idea i've been playing w/ -- people as sensors.
The sensor data is noisy, but when taken in aggregate, it's precise.
It's all there just waiting to be extracted!!
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> This article "Decoding Our Chatter" about mining Twitter data aggregated by
> Gnip appeared in the Wall Street Journal on Saturday 10/01/2011.
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