Find your Cohorts anywhere!™
Meme-complex, soon to be an online gaming community for games such as Warhammer Fantasy, Warhammer 40 000, Dungeons & Dragons, Shadowrun, 7th Sea, Ravenloft, Sword & Sorcery, Vampire the Masquerade, Werewolf the Apocalypse, Mage the Ascension, Wraith the Oblivion, Changeling the Dreaming, Mummy the Resurection, Hunter the Reconing, D&D's Greyhawk, D&D's Forgotten Realms, D&D's Oriental Adventures, Legend of the Five Rings, D&D's Swashbuckling Adventures, Spycraft, Shadowforce Archer, Star Wars RPG, Farscape, Stargate, Warcraft RPG, Everquest RPG, White Wolf's Dark Ages games, Abberant, Trinity, Call of Cthuluu, and any other Role-Playing game you want.
Using the services soon to come, you will be able to connect with others through chat, bulletin boards, and online forums. Post information on your game of choice, ask questions, and find other players (here or abroad).
We hope that you will be able to "Find your cohorts anywhere!"™, using meme-complex.
Posted by Control on Fri Jan 28 16:38:34 MST 2005
We've been having some configuration problems with our systems, but never fear! We've converted this website onto another server, and we'll have it online in no time again. Unfortunately, we've broken the entire codebase in the process, so nothing works the way it's supposed to. Once we're done with the upgrade, we'll let you know here.
For further information, please check the [technoclave] status page
which has all the info you need on the webserver upgrade.
"Memes can be considered the unit of cultural evolution. Ideas can evolve in a way analogous to biological evolution. Some ideas survive better than others; ideas can mutate through, for example, misunderstandings; and two ideas can recombine to produce a new idea involving elements of each parent idea. The term is used especially in the phrase 'meme complex' denoting a group of mutually supporting memes that form an organised belief system, such as a religion [or a game system]. However, 'meme' is often misused to mean 'meme complex'." - Source: Jargon File