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At 07:27 AM 11/01/02 -0800, you wrote:
>I think you are leaping to a conclusion here. I only mentioned the field
>of anthropology and what I think anthropologists in general may be doing
>because they don't take memes into consideration.
Try "cloak anthropology memetics" in Google. and here is the course
outline for a graduate anthropology course that is largely about memetics.
>Richard Brodie, for instance, has invested a great deal of time, energy
>and money in that theory and has even started building a business empire
>based on it. I understand he even quit a job with Microsoft in order to
I think the proper word is "retired."
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