From: Keith Henson (email@example.com)
Date: Fri 18 Jun 2004 - 13:23:41 GMT
At 01:40 PM 17/06/04 +1000, you wrote:
>On 17/06/2004, at 12:18 PM, Keith Henson wrote:
>>At 03:17 PM 10/06/04 +1000, John S Wilkins wrote:
>>>On 10/06/2004, at 11:39 AM, Ray Recchia wrote:
>>>>>>So about the time we see the fall off in research papers, LawMeme starts.
>>>>>Once lawyers get involved in anything, the enterprise is effectively
>>>>>ready to be stuffed.
>>>>It's all my fault then. 1999 was when the downward trend started. 1999
>>>>was the year I first posted here.
>>>And I think I was unfair. Marketers and advertisers stuff things well
>>>before lawyers do. Just look at what the use of the term "paradigm" in
>>>advertising did for Kuhnian philosophy of science...
>>Just wondered if anyone has seen "meme" or "memetics" as a marketing buzz
>and I have seen books and articles.
Fascinating list, thank you! The "meme about memes" is certainly current
among this professional class.
But I wasn't clear about what I was trying to ask. Has anyone used "meme"
on the consumers? As in "buy our memes!" or "Joe Blow has the better meme
set, vote for him as dog catcher!" So far I can't think of an example.
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