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On Tuesday, May 21, 2002, at 12:33 , Philip Jonkers wrote:
> `Meme' as in `mean' substituted with an `m'. Now add an `x' as
> in X-men
> and you get `meam-X'. There you go....
Right- so it was 'meem-ecks' as I thought. And thus, 'meme'
appeared for the first time, (1945, or did I miss something?),
certainly phonetically, and certainly related to cultural
information, although more mechanistically.
I had toyed with 'mem-ecks' but it didn't sound right.
PS- check out
for some other things about thinking....
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