Re: Knowledge, Memes and Sensory Perception

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Date: Tue Jan 15 2002 - 02:11:55 GMT

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    On Monday, January 14, 2002, at 05:55 , <> wrote:

    > The behavior meme is not in the hammer itself, is has to be
    > observed and transmitted via other media. Or you have to
    > EXPERIENCE it by using it.

    I don't think I'm saying anything different.

    > The thing is that it is not "the meme" but "the memes".

    I'm not, however, going to jump on any bandwagon that wants to count
    entities with such promiscuity.

    - Wade

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