Best 66 of Network quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Stephen King

In the year 2025, the best men don't run for president, they run for their lives. . . .

By Anonym 16 Sep

Gyan Nagpal

In the modern, networked and symbiotic world we live in, people management is less about squeezing performance from the organized few and more about curating contribution from the limitless many.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

Refuse to be isolated. Your accomplishments are patronized by people who would get interest in them. When you don’t get connected, how will you get to know those people?

By Anonym 17 Sep

David Chiles

Network etiquette is our participation in groups. Following Netiquette rules is a contribution. NetworkEtiquette.net

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

Feel the connection!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michelle Lederman

If you minimize your accomplishments, that's what people will believe about you. If you emphasize your accomplishments, that is how you will be perceived.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Michele Jennae

The power of a network can be reduced to it's simplest form in 'I know someone who knows someone who knows someone.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Oscar Bimpong

You build a great network by first offering your services to others, and by so doing, winning their interest. This is the foundation of building trust and creating a platform for them to invest in you in a reciprocal manner, such that it becomes a win-win situation.

By Anonym 16 Sep

David Chiles

It is never to late to practice proper Netiquette. Start today. Be nice! NetworkEtiquette.net

By Anonym 19 Sep

Michelle Tillis Lederman

There is extraordinary value in doing things for others simply because you want to, not because you expect anything in return.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Castells

Make-believe is belief in the making.

By Anonym 15 Sep

James Scott

A single spear-phishing email carrying a slightly altered malware can bypass multi-million dollar enterprise security solutions if an adversary deceives a cyber-hygienically apathetic employee into opening the attachment or clicking a malicious link and thereby compromising the entire network.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Fritjof Capra

Patterns cannot be weighed or measured. Patterns must be mapped.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Diane Helbig

When you network you develop a list of resources that you can share with others. This increases your value to those prospects and clients you deal with.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

A leader’s skills take him to people, but his character brings people to him.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michelle Tillis Lederman

Harness your words, your body, and your energy.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Andrew Mcafee

Pricing strategies for two-sided networks can be aggressive and seemingly nonsensical if you don’t understand their peculiar economics. In particular, changes in the quantity demanded on one side of the network can affect demand on the other side of the network...Lowering the price on one side of the network increases demand on both sides of the network, creating an extra benefit for each price cut.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

When you are a person people can trust, they will call on upon you, love to be around you and work with you. A leader’s skills take him to people, but his character brings people to him.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Janet Abbate

The story of the Internet's origins departs from the explanations of technical innovation that center on individual inventors or on the pull of markets. Cerf and Kahn were neither captains of industry nor "two guys tinkering in a garage." The Internet was not built in response to popular demand, real or imagined; its subsequent mass appeal had no part in the decisions made in 1973. Rather, the project reflected the command economy of military procurement, where specialized performance is everything and money is no object, and the research ethos of the university, where experimental interest and technical elegance take precedence over commercial application. This was surely an unlikely context for the creation of what would become a popular and profitable service. Perhaps the key to the Internet's later commercial success was that the project internalized the competitive forces of the market by bringing representatives of diverse interest groups together and allowing them to argue through design issues. Ironically, this unconventional approach produced a system that proved to have more appeal for potential "customers"—people building networks—than did the overtly commercial alternatives that appeared soon after.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ryan Lilly

The most honorable part of a network are the hubs, not the nodes that lead to nowhere.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Matthew O. Jackson

Immobility results when people end up trapped by the social circumstances into which they are born: the networks in which they are embedded fail to provide them with the information and opportunities that they need to succeed.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Germany Kent

Tweet others the way you want to want to be tweeted.

By Anonym 17 Sep

David Chiles

Netiquette Rules bring us together. Culture creates great experiences. Share. NetworkEtiquette.net

By Anonym 19 Sep

Germany Kent

Tweet others the way you want to be tweeted.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Steve Woodruff

Your network is the new professional safety net.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michelle Lederman

Strengthening self-image is a process, and imagining the end goal is part of what helps get you there.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Deyth Banger

Hey, why this person blocked me?", "WTF, this guy I know him!", "WTF this guy I don't know but he has send me request???", "Oh,oh That's the famous singer from the TV!! I know that person, I know him?!, I know him!?"... This is called the future - so my question is are you prepared for this?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Esther Perel

The best ideas rarely arise in one isolated mind, but rather develop in networks of curious and creative thinkers.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Joseph Loscalzo

Metabolic networks remain the only class of biological network reconstructed reasonably comprehensively at the genome-scale in humans. Given that metabolic networks are ultimately based on directed chemical reactions that obey the laws of mass and energy balance, they can further serve the basis for calculations to predict reaction rates (metabolic flux). These fluxes can subsequently be used to compute productions and growth rates of metabolites. In flux balance analysis, the set of reactions is formulated as a stochiometric matrix, which enumerates the ratios of metabolite participation in each reaction. A set of physically possible reaction flux rates result by enforcing a steady-state mass balance (homeostasis) and additional constraints on reaction reversabilities and maximal conversion rates. From within the space of chemically feasible reaction flux combinations, the subset of biologically relevant reaction flux profiles can be solved by optimizing an objective function. The most commonly used objective function in microbes has been to maximize the production of biomass, which serves as a proxy for maximizing growth rate. Notably, while maximal growth may be an appropriate assumption for diseases such as cancer under certain conditions, the best cellular objective function to simulate many human tissues and cell types is unknown (and is likely condition-specific). Adjusting this objective function, which was developed based on microbial physiology, to better reflect human tissues is an area of active research.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michelle Lederman

Opening up a conversation can be opening up a world of new possibilities.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Michelle Tillis Lederman

The relationships you genuinely care about are the ones that will form the strongest network you can build.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Germany Kent

If you are on social media, and you are not learning, not laughing, not being inspired or not networking, then you are using it wrong.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Michael W. Lucas

Network administrators all share an abiding and passionate desire for one thing: We want our users to shut up.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Eric Liu

I want you to write a narrative, a narrative from the future of your city, and you can date it, set it out one year from now, five years from now, a decade from now, a generation from now, and write it as a case study looking back, looking back at the change that you wanted in your city, looking back at the cause that you were championing, and describing the ways that that change and that cause came, in fact, to succeed. Describe the values of your fellow citizens that you activated, and the sense of moral purpose that you were able to stir. Recount all the different ways that you engaged the systems of government, of the marketplace, of social institutions, of faith organizations, of the media. Catalog all the skills you had to deploy, how to negotiate, how to advocate, how to frame issues, how to navigate diversity in conflict, all those skills that enabled you to bring folks on board and to overcome resistance. What you'll be doing when you write that narrative is you'll be discovering how to read power, and in the process, how to write power. So share what you write, do you what you write, and then share what you do. [...] Together, we can create a great network of city that will be the most powerful collective laboratory for self-government this planet has ever seen. We have the power to do that.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ryan Lilly

Soylent Green is made out of people. So is your personal network… but let’s hope its non-toxic because you drink it every day.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Will Advise

If automating everything makes people lazier and lazier, and laziness leads to stupidity, which it does for most people, judging by the current content circulating the social networks everywhere, except North Korea, where they don’t have any internet to speak of - at some point the Japanese robots, for which a market niche is currently being developed, with no concerns on how they should be designed to act in society or outside it - will have no choice, but to take everything over, to preserve us from ourselves…

By Anonym 15 Sep

Bruno Latour

Alas, the historical name is ‘actor-network-theory’, a name that is so awkward, so confusing, so meaningless that it deserves to be kept.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ashim Shanker

The lights became stars, which became streaks in the grayspace, and then networks of fading shimmers

By Anonym 16 Sep

David Chiles

It's proper Netiquette to view in-App webpages in a mobile browser for better security. NetworkEtiquette.net

By Anonym 16 Sep

Christina Engela

I note the lengths to which Christianist groups are prepared to go to, to influence government and to network hate-churches in order to get their way and to rob people of their human rights, and it gives me cold chills.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Michelle Tillis Lederman

The term 'networking' is simply another way to think about how to start a relationship. Our relationships are our network.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Monica Bakker

Organizations do not start expanding their network until they find themselves in need of. People rightly wonder about the sincerity of your intentions. By that time, the network should already be in place and have a solid basis of reciprocity and trust.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Lois Farfel Stark

Living in new shapes, reshapes our thinking

By Anonym 16 Sep

Beth Ramsay

It’s great to spend time at a networking event with someone you know and like. But that’s not what you’re there for. Your goal is to expand your network by meeting new people.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ryan Lilly

I'm friends with a guy who is friends with a former Playboy model. So I guess you could say I'm 1 degree away from 212 degrees.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Michelle Lederman

Understanding how our own perceptions are formed can give us some insight into how others form their perceptions of us.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha

The net is not a net until it begins to work. Work your network today!

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michelle Tillis Lederman

People feel comfortable with who and what they know

By Anonym 20 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

When you are a person people can trust, they will call on upon you, love to be around you and work with you.