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On Friday, February 22, 2002, at 02:32 , Scott Chase wrote:
> In your meanderings about Harvard have you met Schacter?
His 'Searching for Memory' is quite apt here....
'Met', no. I've done some work on the computers in his labs, though. I
did attend a lecture he gave a few years ago, but he doesn't get out and
about enough, and neither do I....
His work is extensive and exacting and totally relevant to memetics.
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