One year of Complexity Thoughts
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A year ago, I embarked on a journey to share my exploration of the intricate world of complex systems through this digital space. The goal was to build a community where knowledge could be shared and generated, one paper at a time.
When I started this journey, I could not imagine how engaging – yet challenging – was going to be. As a milestone, I planned 24 posts in exactly one year: in this journey we have covered a few hundreds of papers in 18 Issues and 5 Essays. That’s 23 and close enough to 24 to be considered an achievement.
We are now a big community: we are hundreds, and growing. The least I can do is to thank all of you for following this space, and to thank the many colleagues for contributing with ideas and comments. It’s being a great experience, and I will continue this experiment to unraveling complexity: building knowledge, one paper at a time.
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