A question I have been thinking a lot about lately, given the upcoming sociocybernetics conference in Urbino Italy, is: what is the link between e-science, web science and complexity science? There seems to be tremendous overlap. Scholars like Barry Wellman and Barabasi do web science, but are complexity scholars. Manuel Castells is a sociologists who studies global network society, but a major part of his work is web science. And, all of the tools of complexity science are e-science, computational thinking tools. this seems to be a worthy paper or at least blog discussion. Any ideas?