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This is a very interesting little Meme that I haven’t encountered before. So basically it keeps a track of every site it’s visited, adding your site to the end of the list when you add it to your blog? That’s interesting, and I can see the incredible benefits it gives everyone on the path list. Is this the same Meme you used in your experiment you discussed on your other blog? If so, I didn’t realize it tracked where it had been like it does. That’s really cool, and it is like a mind-virus. When I first saw that term, I immediately thought of something bad, but I suppose a virus doesn’t always have to be harmful. Most viral things online aren’t, but some of them are incredibly annoying. Anyway, thank you for sharing the functions of a GoMeme with us, and I hope your experiment turned out the way you wanted it to. I’m going to see if I can find your results because I’m very interested in knowing how it went.

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