Re: [videoblogging] 150 – Group Tipping Point?
I was supposed to shut up. It was my way of saying: I can see that I have been saying too much; unbalanced in context of the whole. The Magic Number being what any group 'tends' towards. With even 5000, perhaps, a fluxuating 145 will always speak up, and the rest, not. So as hard as I will try, I will leave again now for awhile, just in response perhaps to this, though as always, my intent is for something I believe: See here how all humans have problems and they come out QUITE CLEARLY in text, often more-so than in video! Look here I am again talking when I know its time to shut up. We all (150 at any time) do have these problems, Cheryl Shuman, I'm also talking to you. So take the cue from Ro, and get back here and lets stop all this nonsense and I look forward to seeing what everyone says about VIDEO! Over, [static] Maybe its been at 145 for a long time and will stay at 145 for a long time. Because some will speak u On Jul 22, 2005, at 10:46 AM, Michael Verdi wrote: > So I've been reading The Tipping Point by Malcom Gladwell which is a > fascinating book. I just finished the chapter about groups of 150. > For those of you who haven't read the book here's a quick summary of > this idea via, http://tinyurl.com/45rhj > > THE MAGIC NUMBER 150 > "There seems to be some limitation built into us either by learning > or by the design of the nervous systems, a limit that keeps our > channel capacities in this general range (i.e. the human minds > inability to comprehend things beyond sets 7)" George Miller "The > Magical Number Seven"