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I put this forward because i think that's how a work on cultural
developments or memetics should be. The author has a point he
makes which might be controversial but the thing here is that he
not only gives his personal opinion but shows how behaviors (open
source development) vary between cultures/nations and he gives
statistics and figures!
It would be cool if something like that would be able in memetics.
To have a globe graph and show for example the distribution of
certain tastes or behaviors. That would be more useful than a
hundred different opinions and personal tastes.
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