From: Jeremy Bradley (email@example.com)
Date: Tue 10 Dec 2002 - 23:35:40 GMT
At 10:42 AM 10/12/02 -0800, you wrote:
> I'd love to hear about some of the methods you used to spread
memes through advertising.
> Richard Brodie firstname.lastname@example.org www.memecentral.com/rbrodie.htm
I'll second that William. Start a new thread. Call it whatever you like and
I will participate.
> I have been following this list for a short time and have enjoyed the
>topics and banter.
> I have read almost all of the books on the subject of memetics and a good
>1/2 dozen of Dawkins' books as well but alas I still have a quandary.
>"", Victoria's Secret direct mailing and various other instruments of
>deception. I am retired now, and plan to go back to school for...
> Well, now you see my quandary. I live in Chicago and want to study
>memetics but I feel sure that there is not a a program for this so I humbly
>ask for your input on what direction I should take. I am leaning towards a
>Masters in Biology with a minor in Sociology.
> I thank you all in advance and look forward to your responses.
> William T Shehan IV
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