Six Degrees of Seperation

This is actually a pretty intriguing article. Just how small is the world in which we live? This little article talks about how Microsoft went through 30 billion instant messages looking for similarities. Come to find out that relevance was attributed to 6.6 people. Showing that somehow we are all within each others world. I am not sure if I want to know that many people, that is a lot of hors d'oeuvres.

The Internet is a powerful medium. Allowing more and more people to get connected sure allows for better understanding and more responsibility. Once we are caught up in making sure that we know everyone, it sure requires each of us to more responsible. If not, we sure can tarnish our reputation.

http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=4046743

Dan

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