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Mary Catherine Bateson: Systems Thinker
Shame Can Lead to Real Change Right Now
A Very Bumpy Ride
The Shifting Terrain of Scientific Inquiry
Interrogating and Shaping the World Through Science
Computation All the Way Down
HERD IMMUNITY

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<B> (6)Mary Catherine Bateson 1939–2021 
Introduction
by John Brockman
Francesca Vidotto, Daniel Kahneman, Lee Smolin, Nick Bostrom, Jesse Dylan, John Brockman, Carlo Rovelli, Jacob Burda
"[email protected]"
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As a child, I had the early conversations of the cybernetic revolution going on around me. I can look at examples and realize that when one of my parents was trying to teach me something, it was directly connected with what they were doing and thinking about in the context of cybernetics.
One of my favorite memories of my childhood was my father helping me set up an aquarium. In retrospect, I understand that he was teaching me to think about a community of organisms and their interactions, interdependence, and the issue of keeping them in balance so that it would be a healthy community. That was just at the beginning of our looking at the natural world in terms of ecology and balance. Rather than itemizing what was there, I was learning to look at the relationships and not just separate things.
Bless his heart, he didn’t tell me he was teaching me about cybernetics. I think I would have walked out on him. Another way to say it is that he was teaching me to think about systems. Gregory coined the term "schismogenesis" in 1936, from observing the culture of a New Guinea tribe, the Iatmul, in which there was a lot of what he called schismogenesis. Schismogenesis is now called "positive feedback"; it’s what happens in an arms race. You have a point of friction, where you feel threatened by, say, another nation. So, you get a few more tanks. They look at that and say, "They’re arming against us," and they get a lot more tanks. Then you get more tanks. And they get more tanks or airplanes or bombs, or whatever it is. That’s positive feedback.
At the beginning of the war, my parents, Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson, had very recently met and married. They met Lawrence K. Frank, who was an executive of the Macy Foundation. As a result of that, both of them were involved in the Macy Conferences on Cybernetics, which continued then for twenty years. They still quote my mother constantly in talking about second-order cybernetics: the cybernetics of cybernetics. They refer to Gregory as well, though he was more interested in cybernetics as abstract analytical techniques. My mother was more interested in how we could apply this to human relations.
My parents looked at the cybernetics conferences rather differently. My mother, who initially posed the concept of the cybernetics of cybernetics, second-order cybernetics, came out of the anthropological approach to participant observation: How can you do something and observe yourself doing it? She was saying, "Okay, you’re inventing a science of cybernetics, but are you looking at your process of inventing it, your process of publishing, and explaining, and interpreting?" One of the problems in the United States has been that pieces of cybernetics have exploded into tremendous economic activity in all of computer science, but much of the systems theory side of cybernetics has been sort of a stepchild. I firmly believe that it is the systems thinking that is critical.
At the point where she said, "You guys need to look at what you’re doing. What is the cybernetics of cybernetics?" what she was saying was, "Stop and look at your own process and understand it." Eventually, I suppose you do run into the infinite recursion problem, but I guess you get used to that.
How do you know that you know what you know? When I think about the excitement of those early years of the cybernetic conferences, there have been several losses. One is that the explosion of devices and manufacturing and the huge economic effect of computer technology has overshadowed the epistemological curiosity on which it was built, of how we know what we know, and how that affects decision making.
One of the things that we’re all seeing is that a lot of work that has been done to enable international cooperation in dealing with various problems since World War II is being pulled apart. We’re seeing the progress we thought had been made in this country in race relations being reversed. We’re seeing the partial breakup—we don’t know how far that will go—of a united Europe. We’re moving ourselves back several centuries in terms of thinking about what it is to be human, what it is to share the same planet, how we’re going to interact and communicate with each other. We’re going to be starting from scratch pretty soon.
One of the most essential elements of human wisdom at its best is humility, knowing that you don’t know everything," she said. There’s a sense in which we haven’t learned how to build humility into our interactions with our devices. The computer doesn’t know what it doesn’t know, and it's willing to make projections when it hasn’t been provided with everything that would be relevant to those projections. How do we get there? I don’t know. It’s important to be aware of it, to realize that there are limits to what we can do with AI. It’s great for computation and arithmetic, and it saves huge amounts of labor. It seems to me that it lacks humility, lacks imagination, and lacks humor. It doesn’t mean you can’t bring those things into your interactions with your devices, particularly, in communicating with other human beings. But it does mean that elements of intelligence and wisdom—I like the word wisdom, because it's more multi-dimensional—are going to be lacking.  
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<EM> (34)To arrive at the edge of the world's knowledge, seek out the most complex and sophisticated minds, put them in a room together, and have them ask each other the questions they are asking themselves.
Love Across Difference,
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After the storm on the Capitol, ex-President Barack Obama spoke of a "moment of great shame and embarrassment for our country". Such confessions are not uncommon in the USA: after Donald Trump's election in 2016, many Americans admitted that they were ashamed. And when Trump refused to acknowledge his electoral defeat in November, winner Joe Biden spoke of "an embarrassment". What is it about shame in the face of one's own country? American Jennifer Jacquet, a professor at NYU, has been researching punishment, guilt and shame for years.
We need to have a strong WHO, a strong United Nations, a strong global alliance for vaccines and immunizations (GAVI), a strong Global Fund, and all these different organelles that make it possible for us to deal with global threats. I would extend it a little bit out of my lane to say we need desperately to deal with climate change, nuclear proliferation, drought, and famine. But in the area that I know, we can't stop a pandemic without having global collaboration. We have failed to learn the lessons of Taiwan, Vietnam, Singapore, Korea, New Zealand, Iceland—the countries that have done really well—because we don't have a strong way to take the best lessons from the success stories in dealing with this pandemic and globalizing them. This is because we deal with disinformation, and because we hold up the Swedish example even though it wasn't a good example of how to deal with the pandemic, and because we don't have a love of science in the leadership of the world, and because we don't talk to each other in the way that we need to.
Sometimes Brilliant: The Impossible Adventures of a Spiritual Seeker and Visionary Physician Who Helped Conquer the Worst Disease in History. 
Edge 
Most historians of science, certainly these days, consider themselves historians. That means we use historical methods of research. We comb through the published literature, investigate unpublished things—correspondence, notes, notebooks, grant proposals. For more recent periods, we interview people. (There's a colleague of mine who likes to say that the historian's job is reading dead people's mail, which captures a lot of what we try to do.) We are trying to figure out the texture of lived experience and how that informed the people about whose world we're trying to get our heads back into. On one hand, it is an interpretive effort squarely within the humanities and social sciences to make sense of our world in times and places gone by. With the history of science, we get to have this productive, ongoing discussion with much more contemporary events and efforts in the sciences today. Why do certain ideas take hold and become so prominent? Why do certain questions rise to prominence and get asked in one setting versus another? These are the larger questions about the present-day scientific enterprise that a lot of work in the history of science can help us better understand.
Quantum Legacies
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What I noticed over the years is that people were starting to see science as entertainment and not as a tool or a lens to understand the world. The thing that scientists do is ask great questions. We need people who can interrogate and probe the world so they can develop their muscle of being critical thinkers. I saw that missing. I thought that I was becoming part of the problem of just showing science's entertainment with great demonstrations. I was hooking them, but I wasn't doing the next step, which is to say, “This is the enterprise of science; it's a great way to understand the world, and with it you can shape the world.” 
I've spent a lot of my energy recently thinking about how to get science to resonate with people, to make people who usually feel excluded feel included. I thought one of the best ways to do that was with stories. I like to tell a lot of stories and share the impact of materials. The reason I've taken this approach is that there are many books about technology and science that profile information and lather people with lots of details. But what I've learned in my journey is that stories are stickier. They allow people to be part of the journey, and then you just pepper in the science. You don't have to wallop people with science.
The Alchemy of Us: How Humans and Matter Transformed One Another
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We're now in this situation where people just assume that science can compute everything, that if we have all the right input data and we have the right models, science will figure it out. If we learn that our universe is fundamentally computational, that throws us right into the idea that computation is a paradigm you have to care about. The big transition was from using equations to describe how everything works to using programs and computation to describe how things work. And that's a transition that has happened after 300 years of equations. The transition time to using programs has been remarkably quick, a decade or two. One area that was a holdout, despite the transition of many fields of science into the computational models direction, was fundamental physics.
If we can firmly establish this fundamental theory of physics, we know it's computation all the way down. Once we know it's computation all the way down, we're forced to think about it computationally. One of the consequences of thinking about things computationally is this phenomenon of computational irreducibility. You can't get around it. That means we have always had the point of view that science will eventually figure out everything, but computational irreducibility says that can't work. It says that even if we know the rules for the system, it may be the case that we can't work out what that system will do any more efficiently than basically just running the system and seeing what happens, just doing the experiment so to speak. We can't have a predictive theoretical science of what's going to happen.
A Project to Find the Fundamental Theory of Physics.
 Edge 
Edge
Possible Minds: 25 Ways of Looking at AI
That Explains Everything: Beautiful, Profound and Elegant Ideas About How the World Works
That Explains It All
The New Yorker
The Economist
"An erratic, but intriguing, selection of essays from many of the world’s leading (western) thinkers about artificial intelligence and the nature of humanity." 
cultural animator
Edge.org
The Last Unknowns
The Last Unknowns 
The Last Unknowns
<STRONG> (19)Edge.org
Mary Catherine Bateson's Edge Bio
"Shame can lead to real change right now"
JANUARY 13, 2021
ZEITmagazin ONLINE: 
Jennifer Jacquet:
Life in the Time of COVID, Part 2
Larry Brilliant, MD, Edge Bio Page 
THE REALITY CLUB: Jennifer Jacquet, Francesca Vidotto, Daniel Kahneman, Lee Smolin, Nick Bostrom, Jesse Dylan, John Brockman, Carlo Rovelli, Jacob Burda
David Kaiser's Edge Bio Page
Ainissa Ramirez's Edge Bio Page
Stephen Wolfram's Edge Bio Page
Happy New Year from Edge 
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The Last Unknowns
With a Foreword by Daniel Kahneman
 That page was classified in the same category as magazines such as The New Yorker and The Economist.
The book has more than 300 pages; each has only a brief question printed and the name of the one who asks it. Natural and social scientists, writers, artists and entrepreneurs participated.
"An erratic, but intriguing, selection of essays from many of the world’s leading (western) thinkers about artificial intelligence and the nature of humanity." 


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http://edge.org/Edge.org
http://edge.org/HOME
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http://edge.org/conve...shame-can-lead-to-real-change-right-nowContinue Reading →
http://edge.org/conversationsConversation
http://edge.org/content-category/conversationsConversations
http://edge.org/conve...-science-the-worst-of-times-for-diseaseA Very Bumpy Ride
http://edge.org/memberbio/larry_brilliant_mdLarry Brilliant, MD
https://www.edge.org/memberbio/lawrence_b_brilliantLarry Brilliant, MD, Edge Bio ...
https://www.edge.org/memberbio/jennifer_jacquetJennifer Jacquet
https://www.edge.org/memberbio/francesca_vidottoFrancesca Vidotto
https://www.edge.org/memberbio/daniel_kahnemanDaniel Kahneman
https://www.edge.org/memberbio/lee_smolinLee Smolin
https://www.edge.org/memberbio/nick_bostromNick Bostrom
https://www.edge.org/memberbio/jesse_dylanJesse Dylan
https://www.edge.org/memberbio/john_brockmanJohn Brockman
https://www.edge.org/memberbio/carlo_rovelliCarlo Rovelli
http://edge.org/conve...-science-the-worst-of-times-for-diseaseContinue Reading →
http://edge.org/conversationsConversation
http://edge.org/content-category/cultureCULTURE
http://edge.org/conve...-shifting-terrain-of-scientific-inquiryThe Shifting Terrain of Scient...
http://edge.org/memberbio/david_kaiserDavid Kaiser
https://www.edge.org/memberbio/david_kaiserDavid Kaiser's Edge Bio Page
http://edge.org/conve...-shifting-terrain-of-scientific-inquiryContinue Reading →
http://edge.org/conversationsConversation
http://edge.org/content-category/cultureCULTURE
http://edge.org/conve...g-and-shaping-the-world-through-scienceInterrogating and Shaping the ...
http://edge.org/memberbio/ainissa_ramirezAinissa Ramirez
https://www.edge.org/memberbio/ainissa_ramirezAinissa Ramirez's Edge Bio Pag...
http://edge.org/conve...g-and-shaping-the-world-through-scienceContinue Reading →
http://edge.org/conversationsConversation
http://edge.org/content-category/universeUNIVERSE
http://edge.org/conve...en_wolfram-computation-all-the-way-downComputation All the Way Down
http://edge.org/memberbio/stephen_wolframStephen Wolfram
https://www.edge.org/memberbio/stephen_wolframStephen Wolfram's Edge Bio Pag...
http://edge.org/conve...en_wolfram-computation-all-the-way-downContinue Reading →
http://edge.org/basic-pagesBasic page
http://edge.org/herd-immunityHERD IMMUNITY
http://edge.org/herd-immunityContinue Reading →
https://www.edge.org/feed
http://edge.org/conversationsRECENT CONVERSATIONS AT EDGE.O...
http://edge.org/conve...ation/john_brockman-the-last-unknowns-0
http://edge.org/conve...ation/john_brockman-the-last-unknowns-0The Last Unknowns
http://edge.org/memberbio/john_brockmanJohn Brockman
http://edge.org/peoplePeople Contributing to Edge.or...
http://edge.org/memberbio/scott_aaronson
http://edge.org/memberbio/scott_aaronson
http://edge.org/memberbio/marina_abramovic
http://edge.org/memberbio/marina_abramovic
http://edge.org/memberbio/daron_acemoglu
http://edge.org/memberbio/daron_acemoglu
http://edge.org/memberbio/jerry_adler
http://edge.org/memberbio/jerry_adler
http://edge.org/memberbio/anthony_aguirre
http://edge.org/memberbio/anthony_aguirre
http://edge.org/memberbio/izumi_aizu
http://edge.org/memberbio/izumi_aizu
http://edge.org/memberbio/alan_alda
http://edge.org/memberbio/alan_alda
http://edge.org/memberbio/stephon_h_alexander
http://edge.org/memberbio/stephon_h_alexander
http://edge.org/memberbio/paul_allen
http://edge.org/memberbio/paul_allen
http://edge.org/memberbio/anna_dreber_almenberg
http://edge.org/memberbio/anna_dreber_almenberg
http://edge.org/memberbio/stewart_alsop
http://edge.org/memberbio/stewart_alsop
http://edge.org/memberbio/adam_alter
http://edge.org/memberbio/adam_alter
http://edge.org/memberbio/ivan_amato
http://edge.org/memberbio/ivan_amato
http://edge.org/memberbio/dorsa_amir
http://edge.org/memberbio/dorsa_amir
http://edge.org/memberbio/philip_w_anderson
http://edge.org/memberbio/philip_w_anderson
http://edge.org/memberbio/chris_anderson-0
http://edge.org/memberbio/chris_anderson-0
http://edge.org/memberbio/christopher_j_anderson
http://edge.org/memberbio/christopher_j_anderson
http://edge.org/memberbio/alun_anderson
...

External Links (link to pages on other websites) - 40
URL Anchor Text
https://edgecast.fireside.fm/
https://alpinefellowship.com/aboutJacob Burda
https://edgecast.fireside.fm/
https://edgecast.fireside.fm/
https://edgecast.fireside.fm/
https://lightroom.ado...shares/3c2e335fbc684a8e94f96e48c86d908f
https://lightroom.ado...shares/3c2e335fbc684a8e94f96e48c86d908f[ Click for Slideshow ]
https://bit.ly/2Zi3KzqThe challenge of artificial in...
https://enpositivo.com/En Positivo (Spain)
https://bit.ly/2Zi3KzqRead the full article →
https://bit.ly/321bnfJWhy Tech Will Never Be Able to...
https://www.popularmechanics.comPopular Mechanics
https://bit.ly/321bnfJRead the full article →
https://bit.ly/2M8EZmvA miscellany of knowledge
https://kaosenlared.net/Kaosenlared
https://bit.ly/2M8EZmvRead the full article →
https://bit.ly/2LmXl3yOn the shoulders of giants
https://theobjective.com/The Objective
https://bit.ly/2LmXl3yRead the full article →
https://bit.ly/2M0YvREEdge and the last unknowns
https://www.eltiempo.comEl Tiempo
https://bit.ly/2M0YvRERead the full article →
https://wapo.st/2KRJ5QgBooks for the ages
https://www.washingtonpost.comThe Washington Post
https://wapo.st/2KRJ5QgRead the full article →
https://on.ft.com/2XrgrLGSummer books of 2019: Technolo...
https://www.ft.comFinancial Times
https://www.ft.com/co...nt/d59cb6fa-92f9-11e9-b7ea-60e35ef678d2
https://on.ft.com/2XrgrLGRead the full article →
https://bit.ly/2XmU0qFWhat I’ve been reading
https://marginalrevolution.comMarginal Revolution
https://www.amazon.co...24274&s=gateway&sr=8-1/marginalrevol-20The Last Unknowns: Deep, Elega...
https://bit.ly/2XmU0qFRead the full article →
https://bit.ly/2IU3UqFElegance
https://elpais.comEl País (Spain)
https://bit.ly/2IU3UqFRead the full article →
https://bit.ly/2KqZ1bIThe Last Unknowns (Review): An...
https://scientificinquirer.com/Scientific Inquirer
https://bit.ly/2KqZ1bIRead the full article →
https://edge.us10.lis...618959fcd3fd186cbea6e44ef&id=2bc2bc2868unsubscribe

reasonable number of links (below 100) per page will give a better user experience.


Tips:
1. keep the number of links per page below 100.
2. having more than 100 links in a single page will lead to a bad user experience, and it possibly runs into the risk of been considered as spam.
3. search engines may not follow all the links if you have too many of them in a single page.
Images
Total Images Alt Present Alt Missing
46 20 26


26 images do not have Alt values.

Image URL - 46
URL ALT Text
https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/edge_logo.jpgEdge.org
https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/conversation/leadimage/Mcat640.jpg
https://www.edge.org/images/Zeitmagazin_logo.png
https://www.edge.org/images/capitol.png
https://www.edge.org/images/JJ_pic.png
https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/conversation/leadimage/Picture1.png
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https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/conversation/leadimage/David_Kaiser.jpg
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https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/conversation/leadimage/Ramirez_0.png
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https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/conversation/leadimage/Wolfram.jpg
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https://www.edge.org/images/herdimmunity.png
https://www.edge.org/misc/feed.pngSubscribe to Front page feed
https://www.edge.org/...tion/leadimage/LastUnknownsCoverLeadImage.png?itok=vQxlrree
https://www.edge.org/...c/member-pictures/picture-4905-1450923154.jpg?itok=F109WObNscott_aaronson's picture
https://www.edge.org/...blic/member-pictures/bk_5_maria_abramovic.jpg?itok=D7E5apq4marina_abramovic's picture
https://www.edge.org/...lic/member-pictures/bk_822_daron_acemoglu.jpg?itok=98gBpVI0daron_acemoglu's picture
https://www.edge.org/...public/member-pictures/bk_268_jerry_adler.jpg?itok=ootWCrmyjerry_adler's picture
https://www.edge.org/...blic/member-pictures/bk_4_anthony_aguirre.jpg?itok=6uBwpK3xanthony_aguirre's picture
https://www.edge.org/...ic/member-pictures/picture-371-1398117273.jpg?itok=X_Wtn_TNizumi_aizu's picture
https://www.edge.org/...ail/public/member-pictures/bk_6_alan_alda.jpg?itok=s3Fx0vYwalan_alda's picture
https://www.edge.org/...ic/member-pictures/picture-281-1434559831.png?itok=uny14ylMstephon_h_alexander's picture
https://www.edge.org/...c/member-pictures/picture-2923-1444929459.png?itok=8Qf5uCS5paul_allen's picture
https://www.edge.org/...c/member-pictures/picture-2650-1389289704.jpg?itok=an_Zisx6anna_dreber_almenberg's pictur...
https://www.edge.org/...ic/member-pictures/picture-343-1434565560.png?itok=jQlTBGgHstewart_alsop's picture
https://www.edge.org/...ic/member-pictures/picture-780-1360100340.jpg?itok=C41sqaLBadam_alter's picture
https://www.edge.org/...ic/member-pictures/picture-561-1427398708.png?itok=yFKIVIR4ivan_amato's picture
https://www.edge.org/...c/member-pictures/picture-6532-1515790511.png?itok=n-qgjg8Xdorsa_amir's picture
https://www.edge.org/.../member-pictures/bk_390_philip_w_anderson.jpg?itok=mRY7qTQpphilip_w_anderson's picture
https://www.edge.org/...c/member-pictures/bk_718_chris_w_anderson.jpg?itok=aY46k7U9chris_anderson's picture
https://www.edge.org/...ublic/member-pictures/bk_8_chris_anderson.jpg?itok=v9unEya8christopher_j_anderson's pictu...
https://www.edge.org/...public/member-pictures/bk_7_alun_anderson.jpg?itok=B3ROWZv_alun_anderson's picture
https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/articleimages/enpositivo.png
https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/articleimages/PopularMechanics_Logo.png
https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/articleimages/kaos.png
https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/articleimages/theobjective_0.png
https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/articleimages/eltiempo.png
https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/articleimages/WaPo_logo.jpg
https://www.edge.org/images/wapo_84.jpg
https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/articleimages/436_FT.jpeg
https://www.edge.org/images/FTimage.jpg
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https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/articleimages/elpais200-1.jpg
https://www.edge.org/sites/default/files/articleimages/sciin.png


search engines cannot `see` images, proper Alt content will help them to better understand and index images.

Tips:
1. always add alt attributes to images. Alt is mandatory for accessibility and for valid XHTML.
2. words used within an image`s Alt attribute should be its text equivalent and convey the same information.
3. use a human-readable caption and descriptive text around the image.
CSS
Style Block In Same Page Links to External Style Files Total
0 7 7


Too many (7) external style sheet files , it will slow down the downloading.

Links To External Stylesheet Files - 7
Stylesheet URL rel type
https://www.edge.org/...les/css/css_xE-rWrJf-fncB6ztZfd2huxqgxu4WO-qwma6Xer30m4.cssstylesheettext/css
https://www.edge.org/...les/css/css_neZMVdysh1KRSHPHY0u5uW7QMykbJFEXZG6vEH4Mne4.cssstylesheettext/css
https://www.edge.org/...les/css/css_ELJsapujlIZnfhmWnNrj-_lepUkuw_U4P4NQvsSYJdA.cssstylesheettext/css
https://www.edge.org/...les/css/css_NOh9kSYi4Eots7_SbzUkGATGWp_yMsqncnqSeY1LTl4.cssstylesheettext/css
https://www.edge.org/...les/css/css_7Pzu7RXa4sidyLGLLGqeRxiOZ63VeS7OPqr8lPbkEhc.cssstylesheettext/css
https://www.edge.org/...les/css/css_klCWDWjbZ-gTll7FF0ZrYjLuPMD2lzFB1D9sT5qxEa8.cssstylesheettext/css
https://www.edge.org/...les/css/css_IkBK-iRUfRSWhaPoKBu1Pkxm4hbCq47Lgt8zq-pO4zU.cssstylesheettext/css

Script
Scripts Block In Same Page Links to External Script Files Total
13 9 22


Too many (9) external scripts files , it will slow down the downlaoding.

Links To External Script Files - 9
Script URL Type
text/javascript
http://edge.org/cdn-cgi/scripts/5c5dd728/cloudflare-static/email-decode.min.js
https://www.edge.org/.../files/js/js_yMSKTzBO0KmozyLwajzFOrrt_kto_9mtccAkb0rm7gc.jstext/javascript
https://www.edge.org/.../files/js/js_oM3v61-mQqxsLhRVNR36bf5ygOe8bzHNp8Tg0O3SQlU.jstext/javascript
https://www.edge.org/.../files/js/js_oVDM_tPoN5i3S8xl9ptC-vSHmz9U7Mk5yMTK11xQ51w.jstext/javascript
https://www.edge.org/.../files/js/js_bDT1wmLa0tdUcFqP2XD-bnF7YVOOeLJy_Eg3AmNGMUw.jstext/javascript
https://www.edge.org/.../files/js/js_v7NSDGhzeBcPnc38gL3asg_dcCdXgWnvCEuh7FMYf3c.jstext/javascript
https://www.edge.org/.../files/js/js_qVMe0tHcj0QXxVcgwVWF-ICJww-Fjk2Kcl7DCEuwVZk.jstext/javascript
https://www.edge.org/.../files/js/js_qCMW45HxWMrbBblGBPTepC-Yn8CfjsqkwFgCithhGlc.jstext/javascript

put scripts together and link them from an external files rather then put them in the same file as the main page.

Tips:
1. reduce the use of in-page scripts, put them in separate files and link them in.
2. reduce the number of external script files, it will help browser to make lesser number of http requests from the server.
3. optimize or compress the script files to have smaller size and faster loading.
Blog Or News Release
Link to Blog / News Release Page
http://edge.org/newsNEWS


Excellent! we have found blog linked to your site.

Having a blog is a great way to provide fresh content and retain users, search engines favour it too.


Tips:
1. regularly update your blog and provide fresh and quality content.
2. relevant blogs of your website topics, generate more credits in the eyes of your visitors, as well as search engines.
DMOZ Listing
Yes

Excellent! the website is listed in the DMOZ open directory. DMOZ Open Directory Project

Google Analytics
UA-283521-1 Excellent! the website implements Google Analytics.

Google Page Rank
8 Excellent! the website has a high page rank (8/10).

8
0 - 1 2 - 3 4 - 10
Poor Good Excellent
Links From Root Domains
43
Fair Enough! number of root domains (43) linked to your site edge.org could be improved.

43
< 20 21 - 50 > 51
Poor Good Excellent


Number of backlinks from some other root domains is an indicator of domain authority, the more backlinks your site has, the higher its domain authority, which leads to a higher chance of better ranking.

Tips:
1. make it easy for others to link to your site, provide the code if possible.
2. links from older domains are more powerful than links from new domains.
3. links from .edu and .gov generally have a higher value.
Social Engagement
Your site has an excellent social media engagement!

  Facebook Likes 2,155
  Facebook Shares 5,414
  Facebook Comments 1,734
  Tweets 4,092
  LinkedIn 266

Social Media Integration
Your site is not integrated with Facebook, Twitter or Google+.

Facebook PageNot Found
Twitter AccountNot Found
Google+ PageNot Found


Trustworthiness
90

Excellent! the website has a good Trustworthiness Score (90/100).

90
0 - 19 20 - 39 40 - 59 60 - 79 80 - 100
Very Poor Poor Unsatisfactory Good Excellent


Users are concerned about the safety of their online transactions. Trustworthiness rating is based on real user ratings and that tells you how much other users trust this site, so do the serch engines. note: this trustworthiness score is provided by WOT (Web of Trust).

Tips:
1. pay attention to the look and design of your site, many people look for visual cues when assessing a site`s credibility
2. make your site easy to use, sites that are easy to navigate are perceived as being more trustworthy.
3. make it easy for user to contact you, users will be more comfortable and feel more secured shall they need to get in touch with you.
Child Safe
92 Excellent! the website has a good Child Safe Score (92/100).

92
0 - 19 20 - 39 40 - 59 60 - 79 80 - 100
Very Poor Poor Unsatisfactory Good Excellent


Safe Browsing
Safe! the site edge.org is NOT currently listed as suspicious, most-likely it is clean from malware and phining code [ verify this by Google Safe Browsing ]

Ensure that your site is malware free and does not cause harm to users` computers.

Tips:
1. do not put virus, malicious worms, adwares, trojans, spywares and suspicious phishing code in your server.
2. take suspicious behaviours seriously, have a regular check-up and monitor closely of your server`s log files.
3. if your site is black-listed by Google as suspicious, clean it up before requesting for a review.
Traffic Rank
194,355th most visited website in the world.
142,012th most visited website in United States  

your site has an excellent high traffic rank in the world.
Websites On Same Server
Excellent! You do have very few domains (1 - story.hr) hosted on the same server as edge.org (ip : 104.26.6.202).

Too many domains hosted on the same server is an indicator that you are not really serious about your website, and your site will have a higher chance to be surrounded by bad neighbours.

Tips:
1. the fewer domains hosted on the same server/ip the better.
2. avoid shared hosting whenever possible, especially when there are already hundreds or thousands of sites are hosted on the same server.
3. dedicated ip or resources for your site not only do good to your site visitors but also favoured by search engines.
Server Location
your server (IP : 104.26.6.202) is located at United States  
the most site visitors come from United States  

Excellent! your server is located close to most of your site visitors.
HTTP Compression
No

your website server does not support HTTP Compression.

Caching
No

your website server does not support Caching.

Server Signature
Excellent! the website server signature is off.

A secure and safe server is not only good for your site visitors but also good for search engines.

Tips:
1. server software version information can be utilized by malicious visitors to attack your server.
2. by turning off the server signature, you actually have made your server a little bit more secure.
3. for Apache server - edit the apache2.conf or the .htaccess file to turn server signature off.
Domain Age
26 years, 341 days old ( 1st registered on : 1994-06-05 )


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excellent, the domain age is old enough.

Domain Expires
-1 years, -6 days from today ( expires on : 2021-05-06 )


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Domain Info
edge.org ( 8 characters )

Domain Registrar : Public Interest Registry

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Domain Created On Last Modified On Expires On
1994-06-05 1994-06-05 2021-05-06
26 years, 341 days old 26 years, 341 days ago -1 years, -6 days from today
26 years, 341 days old


Domain Name Servers used by edge.org
DNS Name IP Address
lady.ns.cloudflare.com173.245.58.127
newt.ns.cloudflare.com172.64.33.212


Domain is going to expire in less than a year time (-1 years, -6 days from today), try to renew it for more than one year!

domain name choice and domain age are crucial for SEO.

Tips:
1. keep the domain name short and relevant to the content, which will be easier to be remembered and related to.
2. older domain tends to be more trustworthy.
3. register a domain for more than 1 year, and search engine will think it is a serious business.

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