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Perhaps the real social development here is that lay public have  
discovered, and become aware of their own network cycles...

On Apr 16, 2006, at 1:10 PM, Valdis Krebs wrote:

>> Of these, the most popular, and most discussed on YouTube's  
>> message boards, is pizzelle2's "I Win at Nornna." Like Nornna,  
>> pizzelle2 wouldn't consent to an interview, but in the video, she  
>> declares herself the winner because one video she watches includes  
>> Nornna watching pizzelle2 watch Nornna. It is Nornna-watching gone  
>> full circle.
>>  There's no end to the possibilities. Why, someone might even post  
>> a video of himself reading a newspaper article about recursive  
>> videos.

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