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December 21st, 2005

Watching the Meme Spread

Abstract:
Mike Treder: "A revolutionary machine which can make everything from a cup to a clarinet quickly and cheaply could be in all our homes in the next few years."

That is the first sentence of an article titled "New Machines Could Turn Homes Into Small Factories" -- which is not talking about nanofactories. We are watching a meme spread right before our eyes.

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