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Infostorms - Public signals: Beer can
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Social proof and information cascades are often quite entertaining for instance in this Candid Camera clip, which shows how easy it is to manipulate people in the elevator.
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Infostorms - Lemming effect
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"Everything you know is wrong..."

CIBS director Prof. Vincent F. Hendricks is touring the US with insights from the new book Infostorms - Why do we 'like'?

Check out this latest interview on The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann on RT where Vincent explains what a bubble is and how it relates to information:

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Follow this link for the exact place in the show:

https://youtu.be/PQE_sTJDG5g?t=44m39s

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Look at this – we managed to secure a pre-release copy!

The first copy arrived from Amazon UK this morning - they opened for sale only to shut it down again until September 15 - official launch date...

You can camp out on Amazon on the following link (Check out the kindle price though..!)

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Stay tuned for Infostorms - 2nd edition!

Besides champagne, bubbles are typically associated with situations in finance in which assets trade at prices far exceeding their fundamental value. Stock a...
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We're pretty excited about this TEDx RheinMain endeavour!

Check out the TEDx-video!

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Check out Prof. Vincent F. Hendricks's TED-talk about Bubble Studies today at aprox. 18:25 (Europe time)

The TEDx event is broadcasted live from Frankfurt, Germany TEDx RheinMain today between 17:00-22:00

Use the link below:

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See your big idea come true and present it at a brilliant TEDx event in RheinMain. Join us for the wealth of diversity and make an impact.
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The people of TEDx Rhein-Main made this interesting poster of their event this September.

http://datanauts.tedxrheinmain.de/blog/vincent-hendricks/

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Radio interview about Center for Information and Bubble Studies. (Interview in danish)

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Hvad dét går ud på, fortæller Vincent Hendricks i dette interview. Den glødende "boble-entusiast" skal lede det nye center, og i interviewet beskriver han, hvorfor det er så superrelevant at forske netop i bobler og boble-fænomener. For eksempel fordi bobler kan gøre os "kollektivt stupide". Hvis d…
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Director of CIBS, Vincent F. Hendricks will be one of the speakers at TEDx in Frankfurt, Germany

"The Trouble with Bubbles"

Vincent F. Hendricks is the director of the Center for Information and Bubble Studies at Københavns Universitet (#UCHP). And he will join us at TEDx Rhein-Main Datanauts to talk about the trouble with bubbles. #Bubbles are pretty, especially soap bubbles. Those shiny things are a delight when they float up until. And then they burst, and we love it, beca...use that’s what bubbles do. And we can always make more.

Date: September 29th

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Vincent Hendricks is the director of the Center for Information and Bubble Studies in Copenhagen. And he will join us at TEDxRheinMain Datanauts to talk about the trouble with bubbles. Bubbles are pretty,...
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Elements of a bubble hospitable environment in Danish real estate.

CIBS is currently focusing research on the generic elements of bubble hospitable environments in science and society at large.

Follow Center for Information and Bubble Studies for future updates.

"Nå, nok om mig, hvad med dig; hvad synes du om mig?"

Interview on opinion bubbles. (In Danish)

A nice example of a psychological trait. Don't we all "love" it..?

A short game sheds light on government policy, corporate America, and why no one likes to be wrong.
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