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At 07:56 AM 22/01/02 -0800, "Grant Callaghan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>I have often mentioned in my writing that you could replace "meme" with
>>"replicating information pattern." Replicator is the inclusive class that
>>incorporates genes, memes and computer viruses. Meme though is a short
>>handy word and does not have much baggage (outside of meme discussion
>>groups that is).
>What do you think the chances are for a ten-syllable name replicating and
>taking the place of a one-syllable name like "meme?" Fageddaboudit.
Extremely close to zero. :-)
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