On November 27, 2008 — we created this “Memeingful” blog — even though “memeingful” was not a word at that time and meant nothing.  We all knew what a “meme” was thanks to the genius of Richard Dawkins — but “memeingful” was intended to be a dizzy mix of Dawkins and knowing.  We started this blog to create “meaning in the meme.”


Today, we are thrilled to see how quickly “memeingful” has become meaningful in the meme of our ethereal society.

A quick Google search for “Memeingful” returns a myriad of fascinating information:

We will continue to propagate the notion of this Memeingful blog far into the distance of the universe and we’ll make the future a more memorable place for the continuation of the construction of what we know, how we know it and how we hope to share that knowledge in the future.

Posted by David Boles

David Boles was born in Nebraska and his MFA is from Columbia University in the City of New York. He is an Author, Lyricist, Playwright, Publisher, Editor, Actor, Designer, Director, Poet, Producer, and Boodle Boy for print, radio, television, film, the web and the live stage. With more than 50 books in print, David continues to write 2MM words a year. He has authored over 25K articles and published more. Read the Prairie Voice Archive at Boles.com | Buy his books at David Boles Books Writing & Publishing | Earn the world with David Boles University | Get a script doctored at Script Professor | Touch American Sign Language mastery at Hardcore ASL.

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  1. Gordon Davidescu August 10, 2009 at 11:26 am

    I love how people are using it now:)

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  2. We’re making some headway, Gordon! Now we just need to keep feeding the yaw.

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  3. […] yes, we made up that word, too, for we fully intend to make that word the next era definition of Richard Dawkins’ awesome “meme” and we do that by defining and creating space for that notion every single […]

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