I've established this new category to dedicate blog space to information found deeper in the Jihad/CT OSINT. A subject space (my phrase) gives a name to the total body of information sources within any given subject area. This body of information is bound by Bradford's Law and always resembles a power law curve. A subject space always has a long tail. Around eighty percent of what is discussed, shared, mined and analyzed can be found in the head of the curve. Most OSINT can be found here, but not all of it.
If you head "down the curve," you can pick up some interesting information and insights into the global jihad movement. I spend most of my blogging time in the "upper eighty" but this year I want to spend more time "down the curve," with material that may have some benefit to readers but is lost in the space where the analytical sidewalk ends.
In this first post, I'd like to share with you two blogs:
Window on Eurasia
Muslims in Kenya
And three books: