Meme Math revisited

Tim Rhodes (
Tue, 30 Mar 1999 10:03:05 -0800

From: "Tim Rhodes" <>
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Subject: Meme Math revisited
Date: Tue, 30 Mar 1999 10:03:05 -0800

Aaron Lynch asked me months ago to put up my old discarded formulas for
memetic analysis for perusal by interested parties. Although I haven't
touched them for almost two years and find them a little dated now, I had a
few free moments so I converted them to html in their original format and
they can now be found at:

As I said before, I'm beginning to think this kind of approach may lead down
a blind alley. But it was an interesting alley to explore for a time and
pointed me in another, hopefully more fruitful, direction. So I guess it
served its purpose as far as I was concerned.

What purpose it could serve for you, if any, I can't say. But Aaron had
asked, so now, far too long after the point, here it is. Enjoy. (But don't
laugh _too_ hard, you don't want to hurt yourself.)

-Tim Rhodes

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