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Hi Joe Dees -
>why not use the term 'memetic' as an adjective, to indicate the quality of
>replicability of an idea, a behavior, a message or an artifact?
>There are probably as many problems as there are solutions with this
>approach; I merely toss it out there to be mulled over for strengths and
It's an approach I've actually been using regularly recently. (Does that
mean I like it, or that it's merely useful, or, well, sort of fits with
the behavior-only stance, or, well redux, is a bit of a laze about...?
Only time may tell.)
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