Milgram, the famous researcher from the 60's, set out to find how small is our world and came back with the 6-degrees-of-separation slogan, meaning the human society's network is seemingly just 6 links in diameter. Why seemingly?
Because we are going to find out that Milgram got it wrong and the truth about the network is much more intriguing. and it is there because of the universal laws of the network. Any network.
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See you on the other side of NETfrix.
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