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The War on Attention Poverty: Measuring Twitter Authority

July 13th, 2010 · 6 Comments · General

I gave this presentation today at AT&T Labs, hosted by Stephen North of Graphviz fame.┬áThe talk was recorded, but I don’t know when the video will be available. In the mean time, here are the slides.

The audience was very engaged and questioned just about all of the TunkRank model’s assumptions. I’m hopeful that as Jason Adams and Israel Kloss work on making a business out of TunkRank, they’ll bridge some of the gap between simplicity and realism.

6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Daniel Lemire // Jul 14, 2010 at 12:19 am

    Don’t you find it interesting that you are having all this impact out of something you published on… (shame)… a blog?

  • 2 Daniel Tunkelang // Jul 14, 2010 at 12:38 am

    Indeed! I’m curious if other bloggers are as lucky as to see such results from sharing their ideas. You’d be an obvious candidate–any similar success stories?

  • 3 Robert // Jul 14, 2010 at 4:28 am

    I think it’s great that this came from a blog. The traditional publishing infrastructure is an increasingly poor solution given the technology that we have.

  • 4 War on Attention Poverty « The Mendicant Bug // Jul 14, 2010 at 7:40 am

    […] 0 Daniel Tunkelang has posted his slides from his talk at AT&T Labs on TunkRank over at the Noisy Channel. Embedded below for your viewing […]

  • 5 FXPAL Blog » Blog Archive » Promoting TunkRank // Jul 16, 2010 at 10:53 am

    […] Your influence flows from them. For those interested in more details and rationale about algorithm, Daniel’s slides from a recent talk offer a nice overview. What’s also interesting, as pointed out in the […]

  • 6 Redhuan D. Oon // Jul 21, 2010 at 8:01 pm

    What is true as a law on the Web is also true for software projects that now heavily use the Web. I came here looking for wisdom because i am part of a competing open source project in the ERP space. They are competing neck to neck for the scarce resource of ERP expertise to collaborate.

    From those who joined our project, i can say 95% of them have to leave other projects to do so and vice versa. We are not that good at polygamy online.

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