“Should Blackmore’s theory turn out to be true, there’s little doubt she will be remembered as one of the great thinkers of the 20th century.”
Barry Lyons reviewing The Meme Machine
Je suis Charlie and why
Win one of 4 free signed copies of La théorie des mèmes (the French Translation of my book The Meme Machine) visit my Facebook page to find out how.
Dan Dennett has just sent me a link to his latest lecture at the Santa Fe Institute – and there’s lots about memes. June 2017.
Susan Blackmore talks to a student group at CogNovo’s summer school “ColLaboratoire” (University of Plymouth), on Consciousness in treme machines.Inspired by the students’ question ‘Could the Internet be conscious?’ 19.08.2016 watch on Vimeo
AI is already evolving beyond our control – the implications of a third replicator in CommentisFree September 2015
Are we here for a reason? “Genes, Memes and Tremes” on TV in Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman, May 2015 (The whole programme is 43 minutes long, my interview is from 20:21 to 26:00)
Twitterbrain – how analyses of viral memes is helping track information spreading in the brain.
and a must-watch video
‘This video will make you angry‘ is a brilliant rant about ‘thought germs’. What a shame it mentions the word ‘meme’ only once.
The Eye of the Tremes
Watch our New Video. This is based on the idea that the phones, computers and servers we are building are becoming interconnected like neurons in a brain. But this treme machine has no eyes. Or does it? With the advent of drones we may have found the eye of the tremes.
Tremes v temes
I have had such trouble with the term ‘temes’ that I am trying ‘tremes’ instead. I am sorry if this is confusing but I hope it might help.
100 walked out of my lecture on memes. On the RDF website with hundreds of comments. Aug 2014
Paper on memes in science
Kuhn et al 2014 Inheritance patterns in citation networks reveal scientific memes
A fun article on Internet memes in the Virgin Australia Inflight Mag -refers to ‘the burgeoning field of memetics’!
The third replicator –
To find out more about temes, watch my TED talknow podcast in English and with a choice of subtitles in 21 other languages! or short lecture at the Hay Festival 2011 “Genes, Memes and Temes”
read a book chapter
a blog from Hassners on my lecture
or read the Feature article in New Scientist .
Podcast interview with Sue on US Public Radio To the best of our knowledge about memes and temes. 29 July 2012
Jonnie Hughes article in The Independent 14 July 2012 on his new book On the Origin of Tepees.
Q&A with Sue for Know Your Meme, April 2012
Art experiments with copying and Chinese Whispers byRachel Cohen
Richard Dawkins on memetically engineering the word “bright” in “Atheist – the Dirty Word” YouTube
Edge Question 2009 What will change everything?
Read my response – Artificial, self replicating meme machines.
How to get rid of religion – a memetic view
by Floris van den Berg
Imitation makes us human Extract.
The Loo Roll meme !
More criticisms from Mary Midgley
This site began with the Bristol based memelab. I hope to provide a simple, but useful, resource for finding out what is happening in the world of memes and memetics.
Links to other memes
Sue’s publications on memes.
To watch or listen …
Interview on memes with Karol Jalochowski, with subtitles in Polish, Jan 2012
C-Realm podcast – Sue talks to KMO about memes, drugs and Zen. 28 Jan 2009
Is God a dangerous delusion? A debate with Alister McGrath at Bristol University, 13.11.2007
The Sci Phi Show – Outcast #8, Interview on Memes, 21 August 2006
To read ….
Articles in New Humanist – Natural selection applies to everything, in Aesthetica – Memes, Creativity and Consciousness, and follow up to Massimo Pigliucci’s objections to memetics in Skeptical Inquirer 2008.
Art and memes article
Interview for NextModernity Library.
Review of Richerson and Boyd’s new book Not by Genes Alone.
Interview for GEO magazine (German), December 2003
Die Tyrannei der Meme.
Interview with Pascal Jouxtel for the la Société Francophone de Mémétique, in both French and English
… and Old (1997)! Interview with Andrew Brown for Salon Magazine