From: Tim Retout (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri 25 Jun 2004 - 14:53:30 GMT
> Even if the meme meme is in decline, the underlying memetic analysis is
> still very much alive
I'm not even sure the meme meme is in decline - there are simply fewer
journal articles being written about it. Meanwhile, the meme meme is
seeping into the public conciousness.
For instance, just this minute I got a book out of the library and
started reading it, and on page x in the preface the phrase 'meme pool'
is used. (The book's 'Web, Graphics & Perl/Tk', btw. Printed March 2003,
so not that old.) Perhaps it's just the geeky people I hang around with,
but most of them have some idea of what 'meme' means.
Do you think we should write a few journal articles to boost the graph
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