Stuart Calimport on The Memome Project

November 30, 2012

Stuart Calimport is on a quest to find the most useful memes for health and well-being. He started the Human Memome Project, and spent a year and a half collecting all his ideas about health. He classified 5137 of these ideas as healthy/ethical/optimal and 6581 of them as unhealth/unethical/sub-optimal. In the video below, Stuart shares some examples of his memes, as well as his process for optimizing meme rate generation, and what he has learned about himself on this adventure. (Filmed by the London QS Show&Tell meetup group.)

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