Enron's logo, reshaped to explain how they treated accounting rules.
And again in colour:
... a completely non-genetic type of replicator, which flourishes only in the environment provided by complex, communicating brains. I called it the 'meme'.[...]
"I was insufficiently clear about the distinction between the meme itself as replicator on the one hand and its 'phenotypic effects' or 'meme products' on the other. A meme should be regarded as a unit of information residing in a brain.[...]
"The phenotypic effects of a meme may be in the form of words, music, visual images, styles of clothes, facial or hand gestures, skills such as opening milk bottles in tits, or panning wheat in Japanese macaques.[...]
the term Natural Selection has now been so largely used abroad and at home that I doubt whether it could be given up, and with all its faults I should be sorry to see the attempt made. Whether it will be rejected must now depend on the 'survival of the fittest'...
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