Posted by: Edward | April 1, 2008

The Art of Memetics Mastermind Editon

The Art of Memetics
Author’s Pre-Release Mastermind Edition

Buy Now: $23.23

The Art of Memetics is a much needed text on memes and how ideas grow might and power and spread as if by magic. There is more actual magic in memes than I ever saw before reading this master text by Edward Wilson and Wes Unruh. If you want your ideas to spread, you’ll read this book twice.”
Jay Conrad Levinson

 

For a limited time (up until we get the first edition ready) we will be making a slightly cheaper version of the book available

This book will not have an ISBN number, will not be available on Amazon or in bookstores, and our reasoning for making this available is here, on my irreality biolog. If you are interested in reading this book, and don’t want to wait another month for the text to be laid out properly, the graphics professionally set, and teh copyeditor to change misspellings like teh into the, then this is the edition you want. (Plus it’s like almost two bucks off the first edition’s projected price.)

The Art of Memetics: Mastermind Edition is available now: http://www.lulu.com/content/2227110

“’The Art of Memetics’ flows through every version of who you were, are and will be, with a strength and purity of signal that is eager to assist you in becoming all you were born to be.”
John Harrigan

Artistic Director

FoolishPeople

 

“Not since Philip K. Dick and Robert Anton Wilson have I read a book that fundamentally altered the way I see and process media. The Art of Memetics extends the work of Marshall McLuhan into a media ecology of sympathetic coexistence, a model worthy of exploration if a sustainable equilibrium is valued.”

Ben Mack

Magician, Memeticist

Author: Think Two Products Ahead

 

“In the next 30 years our global existence is going to change as much as in the previous 100 years. We in the human community are going to experience radical shifts that will pull us in to more dangerous and enlightening places than ever before. It will come from thousands of profound actions, that together will boldly embody the deliverance of our new world. The Art Of Memetics written by Edward Wilson and Wes Unruh is one of those profound actions where science and art come together in a deeply historical union. I recommend this book highly to any creative, “traveler,” artist and potential visionary who wants to connect more fully with their own transition forward and better understand the intricacies of the unknown.”

Chuck DeWolfe

Artist, Art Coach, Entrepreneur

ArtCoaching.com

 

Let us know what you have to say about this book

Let Wesand I know what you think, and follow up on the bibliography if the book is not enough. Buy two copies of the physical book now though, because once the First Edition gets back from the copy editor and graphic designer, this Mastermind Edition will be phased out…

Wes says this on Key64.net: “Eventually we’d like to publish a revised, expanded second edition based on the feedback from this Mastermind Edition. Reading the Mastermind Edition brings you in on the discussion toward creating the revised, second edition, which will (we hope) become something of a fool-proof cookbook for personal branding, manipulation of egregores, and trans-media narrative magic… Buying this book gives us much needed funds to purchase an ISBN and work out a distribution method via booksurge while printing up promo copies to land a Revised, Second Edition publishing contract getting this out into more places. “

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  2. Well what can I say other than this book has helped, a lot.
    Many thanks to both of you for your continued efforts to help push us out of the mundane.

    To potential readers, as with all techniques don’t just read them … DO THEM … and maybe you too will see the Dragons tail.


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