From: Keith Henson (email@example.com)
Date: Fri 05 May 2006 - 00:24:03 GMT
At 04:16 PM 5/4/2006 -0700, Richard Brodie wrote:
>Chris Taylor wrote:
><<Replication is a specific thing; what has been described is not that -- it
>is the control of an environment such that it favours convergent
>You are looking for a double helix?
>Any mechanism that results in another mind having a copy of the meme will
>work. We're not picky.
It seems to me that the typical discussion on the memetics mailing list
from those with an academic orientation is rather different from the people
out in the world who simply understand the concept of a meme and use it.
"We're not picky" is a great way to express the difference.
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