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> Interesting. Although you could decompose the movements, how does this
> relate to the situation? ie. etiquete is conditional on the situation that
> person finds themselves in. eg How you hold your knife and fork may remain
> the same in two different situations, one 'right' and one 'wrong'. how
> this provide a description of the situation. I'm going to sit down and
> about this as it is worth trying to do some reduction and this is a good
> place as any to start. Mind you atomic reductionism has had a few problems
> as well.
By decomposing the meme in smaller descriptive snippets, which are already
you can communicate (by language) the new meme across the target-group.
If you would have said you ran an Eniac computer 50 years ago, people would
usually gaze at you in a questioning manner. You will then go on to
big boy by using known jargon, like transistor tubes, wiring,
metaphores and so on.
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