From: Chris Taylor (email@example.com)
Date: Fri 08 Oct 2004 - 09:34:11 GMT
Yeah good call. And if you _really_ want to go out on a limb, my old
supervisor now works in Canada -- Paul Higgs <firstname.lastname@example.org>; he
published some memetics papers. You could always try pitching him but
make sure you have a clear idea of what the project would be (tools,
data, timelines); and you'd have to go to Western Canada, which if you'd
started to warm to the Scots thing isn't too much of a stretch :)
Actually Canadians are a pretty sorted people (to generalise wildly), I
can certainly think of worse countries to live in (per capita: as many
guns as the US, as many gun murders as the UK [ish]). Just don't go into
the woods with antlers on.
> What about Susan Blackmore?
> On 08/10/2004, at 8:54 AM, Chris Taylor wrote:
>> http://www.zoo.cam.ac.uk/zoostaff/laland/seal/contact.htm but
>> apparently he just moved to Scotland, which is an issue ;)
>> Cheers, Chris.
>> sabda nih wrote:
>>> Hi everyone!
>>> My name is paul from Jakarta, I think it's my first writing in this
>>> forum although I've been reading it for some months. I've been
>>> studying memetics and doing some not-so-serious researches on
>>> memetics for the last 3 yrs. I wonder, is there any graduate program
>>> on memetics, perhaps memetics studies, or applied memetics (I call it
>>> memetics engineering). I'm interested in memes-based knowledge
>>> classification, or applying memetics for
>>> mass-education/public-education, or do a specific research on
>>> scientific memes. Let me know if any of you ever heard of it.
>>> By the way I have some unanswered questions on scientific memes:
>>> How do you guys think of scientific memes? Can we put them in the
>>> same group as other memes? I found several interesting behaviors
>>> which significantly distinguish them from the other types of memes,
>>> in fact it seems that in my opinion I can't claim them to be
>>> selfish-memes which consequently they possess some non-memetics
>>> Paul sabda
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>> Chris Taylor (email@example.com)
>> HUPO PSI: GPS -- psidev.sf.net
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