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>Which is why it doesn't make much sense to regard memes as tools. Ideas
>tools. Ways of doing things can be thought of as tools. Memes spring up
>when the tools start running on auto-pilot.
I find it hard to separate ideas from memes. And how can the person who
picks up a new meme have it running on autopilot as soon as he picks it up?
Or wasn't it a meme he picked up?
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