Feb 17 2014

The New Version of the Multilevel Model of Meme Diffusion

We introduced the multilevel model of meme diffusion (M3D) theory with 30 separate variables that either (a) facilitate or impede a meme’s competitiveness, or (b) facilitate or impede a context’s competitiveness to resist or accept that meme. (Brian Spitzberg, the new version of M3D image updated on February 11, 2014).

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Feb 23 2013

Tweets and the 2012-2013 Flu Season

Flu seasons are unpredictable, but according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, we are in for a bad flu year indicated by the early climb in flu activity. In fact, this is the soonest the flu season has taken off in almost a decade (since the 2003-2004 flu season). Fortunately, the current circulating …

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Dec 18 2012

TOWARD A MULTILEVEL MODEL OF MEME DIFFUSION (M3D)

Click to see the full size image. One of the ongoing problems of tethering information in cyberspace to activity in realspace is the lack of any conceptual model to integrate these domains that tend to scale in very different ways. In an attempt to provide a heuristic and flexible approach to integrating cyberspace with realspace, …

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