From: Richard Brodie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu 02 Oct 2003 - 00:43:23 GMT
I know how you feel... It's like when I went to play poker at the Bellagio
and got seated between Phil Hellmuth, Jr., and Scotty Nguyen.
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> Subject: Thanks for the great response so far!
> Thank you all for the recommendations so far!! I especially
> am thankful for more fiction books that deal with memes,
> since that's one area of connection I'd like to focus on. And
> wow, it's always great to get a response from *one of the
> authors on your lists* (Richard Brodie)...kind of like going
> to a conference and seeing the big names in your field. Quite neat ;)
> I appreciate any and all recommendations for texts--I am
> still in the process of revising the list so things can be
> P.S. Does anyone know of any dissertations that have used
> memetic theory as a framework/lens? I have looked in UMI but
> didn't see too many...
> At 07:14 PM 10/1/2003 +0000, you wrote:
> >>I have quite a few other recommendations. Press the "Books"
> button at
> >>the top of www.memecentral.com Richard Brodie www.memecentral.com
> >Stephanie Vie
> >You never will be the person you can be if pressure, tension and
> >discipline are taken out of your life.
> >- James G. Bilkey
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