Well, I am back from a couple weeks in Europe where I attended the sociocybernetics conference in Urbino. The conference focus was life on the web, and related to this topic, e-science and web science.
Here is a link to the conference website.
Here is a link to the papers presented at the conference.
Here is a link to the paper I presented, including my powerpoint. NOTE: click on Paper #6.
My paper and presentation explore how the SACS Toolkit is useful for modeling complex systems using web-based (digital) data.
It was a fantastic conference and I met a bunch of really great people! Thanks to Fabio Giglietto and his graduate students for hosting a great conference!