The Mocking Memes:A Basis for Automated Intelligence by Evan Louis Sheehan
This is a great book. In fact I think the author's views of the topic of memetics are more similar to my own views that practically any other author I can think of. Like me, the author cites the work of A.G. Cairns-Smith on genetic takeovers, and discusses the possibility of a memetic takeover. Also like me, the author is interested in the link between memetics and machine intelligence.
The author doesn't seem particularly interested in orthodox views. He starts out by radically redefining the term "meme" to be the inherited unit in universal Darwinism. That's a radical break with tradition, and I can't say I entirely approve - though certainly the inherited unit in universal Darwinism is badly in need of a name. He also radically redefines the term "information" -...
It should be noted that Tim Tyler has his own memetics book.
See Chapter titles here
I am ordering his book.
Sounds like an interesting book. After you read it you might want to tell us more about the book.