Art of Memory | Blog
“Learn about memory palaces, mnemonics, mental calculation, acrostics, eidetic memory, and more.”
13 hours ago
Remembering more while reading and in everyday life
Hey! I’m Justin the beginning learning memory technics. I wonder is there is reasonable to use any certain methods in real time, for example as I read? Or is it much better to sum up …
By Emillindstrom, 199 words
Roughly one post per day.
“I work with individuals, teams, and organizations who are looking to make a change in their work with intention and integrity.”
By Mandy Brown.
2 days ago
Real human beings
“The more attention and care we put into trying to treat everyone who worked on the data like real, full human beings, the harder those people worked.” That’s Erin Kissane, on the Frontier Magazine podcast, …
By Mandy Brown, 120 words
Roughly one post per week.
“An experiment of interesting finds. So it goes.”
By Steve Makofsky.
2 weeks ago
All Those Empty Calories
It may be an artifact that we're all getting older, but almost everyone I know has gained a few pounds over the last few years. It makes sense, for the 36 months of being locked …
By Steve Makofsky, 1,664 words
Roughly two posts per month.
a week ago
Insanely Interesting People who Influenced Me #17 Joseph Campbell
For the rest of the year, I would like to take a moment and thank the people who have had a significant impact on me as an individual. The way they have lived their lives …
By Mukesh Gupta, 110 words
Roughly three posts per month.
Salman Ansari - Blog
“I'm a startup founder, software engineer, writer, artist, teacher and DJ. I write a weekly newsletter called Quick Brown Fox — it’s about creativity, curiosity and embracing a polymath lifestyle. Each edition features essays, art and resources shared in the spirit of learning in public.”
a month ago
I’m working on a fable about a fish. I’ve probably rewritten it ten times by now. At first I felt frustrated by this endless cycle of iteration. But then I remembered: This is how it …
By Salman Ansari, 414 words
Roughly eight posts per year.