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> The use of a meme, is, in fact, the meme itself, and thus, 'the use' of a
> meme, and the meme itself, are one and the same.
The use of a meme is a process and the meme is just a meme.
So i don't see how you come to your conclusion. When i use a
meme for learning something then the use is "advancing
knowledge" but the particular meme could be used for other
purposes aswell. I'd say the use depends on the user and the
meme just sits there waiting for the next user and his personal
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