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The art and science of remembering things

Review of Joshua Foer’s Moonwalking with Einstein, as part of my #100bookschallenge. Moonwalking with Einstein is the story of a journalist who went to cover the 2005 US Memory Championship as an assignment for an article, and then went on … Continue reading

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Ten books in one month

I hadn’t heard about Aaron Swartz before his demise on January 11th. He was a brilliant chap: master computer programmer, co-founder of Reddit, activist for open data and much more. He was also just 26 years old. After the news … Continue reading

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