Re: Do all memes die out or evolve? I think not.

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    Hi Joe Dees -

    >And I believe that we must distingush between the meaningful information
    >communicated and its mode of transmission; otherwise, reading (the
    >selfsame) sentence on a computer screen, reading it in a book, hearing it
    >spoken face to face, overhearing it around the corner, hearing it on the
    >radio, hearing it on the tv, and hearing it on the telephone all radically
    >differ in meaning (without even considering peripherals such as context).


    - Wade

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