Memes on the Internet

I just found the Internet Memes Timeline which is great I think. There you will find the underlying currents, the viral thoughts and Ideas and the memetic Entitys that dwelled in/on the Internet.

What a fun page.

If you have never heard about Memetics before, here some Links to tune you in:

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~ by Otto on March 29, 2011.

5 Responses to “Memes on the Internet”

  1. Excellent article and easy to understand explanation. How do I go about getting permission to post part of the article in my upcoming news letter? Giving proper credit to you the author and link to the site would not be a problem.

  2. Do you really love that?? Is that what you like so much??

    I found your very interesting site today, again ….

    hihihi

    • What? Spam?
      Not really, for me it is a mistery that Spam seems to work … how stupid … well.

  3. Hey Nancy you really throw out some tuhghot-provoking ideas here! I love this question that you pose: “What if this science of memetics does reveal an entirely new paradigm? What might it look like, and how might it change things?” So here is my question to your question: If indeed memetics reveals an entirely new paradigm, how can we leverage this paradigm to shift, heighten, and transform consciousness around the world? Also, you speak of our ability to make choices, which I am a whole-hearted advocate of. No whining, no victimization, right? However, now I am beginning to wonder how much choice we really have when our tuhghots are governed unconsciouly by mind viruses. It seems like we must first become conscious of memes and how they can wreak havoc on our ability to make true choices. So, I guess that is what memetics is all about the study of the science of the mind. I really think there should be a required course in our education system on this topic!

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