From: v - Mark Kuharich (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Feb 01 2000 - 14:19:41 PST
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[From Dave Farber's IP list:
"I think IPers would find the Internet industry network visualization
referenced below quite interesting. It's a great example of how social
network analysis can help us make sense of the Internet industry.
The current issue of the "Industry Standard - the magazine of the internet
economy" [Jan 24, 2000] has an interesting article on the key players in the
internet industry -- "The Web's Gatekeepers". In the print version [page
204] they show the partial ego-networks of the 4 'gatekeetpers': AOL-TW,
AT&T, Microsoft, Yahoo. The ego-networks reveal some of the strategic
alliances these 4 companies have formed.
I combined the 4 ego nets and added other recent alliance data to create an
internet industry network of some 50+ players. The network is displayed in
an interactive Java applet. The URL is
http://www.orgnet.com/netindustry.html A link to the on-line version of the
Industry Standard article [no ego-net visuals] is also on that page.
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