- n. Plural form of meme.
“The thing that bothers me about the discussion of memes is that no one ever tries to define exactly what they are, and what makes a meme so contagious.”
“I think his invocation of fascist themes and memes is probably unconscious.”
“Justin Bieber, daredevil: Both Justin Bieber lovers and haters can agree that dressing up as one of the Bieb's 2010 Internet memes is much more exciting than just slapping on a wig (justinbieberwig. com) and a hoodie.”
“Some seriously remind me: doesn't PZ believe in memes, despite no substantial evidence for the term let alone the full-blown theory?”
“I never tag people to do chain memes, but I've been tagged myself: page 123 of the nearest book to me, fifth, sixth, and seventh sentences, are:”
“I don't often participate in memes, but I like this one.”
“So when I found yet another one of those internet survey questionnaire things that they call memes over at Canadian Sara's blog, I dropped everything and settled back for some serious time-wasting.”
“There aren't a lot of modern genre authors playing with the memes from the Western pulps these days; King's reinterpretation of them makes me want to dig up some old Zane Grey.”
“Starting with the deceptively simple story of an ant, Dan Dennett unleashes a dazzling sequence of ideas, making a powerful case for the existence of "memes" -- a term coined by Richard Dawkins for mental concepts that are literally alive and capable of spreading from brain to brain.”
“Even if each conversation is confined to a single blog comment thread, what about jargon, tropes, "memes" - the "ideas with attitude" which propagate across the small-world network?”
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