Re: virus: Meme Generators

Peter =?iso-8859-1?Q?=D6kner?= (
Sun, 3 Nov 1996 02:49:17 +0530

>David Leeper wrote:

>Could vauge statements be seen as meme generators, and
>therefore have a utility not found in precise statements?

Definetly! Their offspring mutate more easely. That is, for the message to
have any meaning for the interpreters these will have to re-construct the
messages, each in her/his personal way. Works great with most art. And if
that wasn't clear enough you can regard it as a self-reflective experiment.

I almost added a line about how you or your local library could send me 10
dollars if you wanted further explanation that i can't be bothered to put
down here for nothing, but I checked myself, didn't I. Its strange how
much certain kinds of behaviour can annoy one, guess I'm not -3 yet ;-(

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