Re: pet peeves - memetic books

From: Ray Recchia (
Date: Wed 18 Dec 2002 - 02:13:08 GMT

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    At 11:26 AM 12/17/2002 -0800, you wrote:
    >I thought we were going to stop sending useless emails such as the one below
    >to "save" the list's reputation? Smith, it's nice that you have issues with
    >the word "wade", but please, it's an inappropriate rant.

    Most email readers can be set up to filter out emails by name and not just address. If Wade or anybody else's stuff bothers you just have it automatically sent to the trash.

    >On a lighter note, are any new DECENT memetic papers or books due out?
    >Sabrina Marr

    I haven't read any new books since Robert Aunger's 'Electric Meme' came out in the middle of the year. Aunger's work has been criticized quite a bit here, but the meat to junk ratio is reasonably high compared to other sources of information on memetics.

    Ray Recchia

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