RE: meme as catalytic indexical 2nd try at posting

From: Lawrence DeBivort (
Date: Thu 29 Jan 2004 - 15:45:46 GMT

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    I have to confess that the Columbus year meme failed to stick with me. I think I have a 'relevancy filter' inserted between my memory banks and the outside world...

    Though I do know the year Charlemagne knelt in the snow.

    Yet cheerfully, Lawry

    > Incidentally, we improve copying fidelity as much as is needed
    > for memes by
    > the normal approaches of redundancy and error checking/correction. Some
    > memes are copied from generation to generation with extreme accuracy, for
    > example the year Columbus sailed to the West Indies. the rules of common
    > sports, and the procedure for changing a tire (tyre) are almost certainly
    > known to everyone on this list.
    > Keith Henson

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