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Ow, my heart

“Yes, I’m a #freak, and not at all math competent. Still, this is what soothes my brain.” This morning I posted the above iPhone photo and message on Twitter. Then I got a response from @SaraBlackthorne, a woman I began … Continue reading

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Watch Out for Mind Mappers

Mind Mapping I started using mind maps in the 80s when I was reading Tony Buzan’s books on the brain and memory. The key bit of information I can impart to you from everything I’ve learned about the brain and … Continue reading

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Instant skills: Just add water, time, intention, focus, chocolate

_______________________________________________________________________ Your brain in the global brain Are you way out on the cutting edge of today’s communication tools? (Are you sure?) I’m out there, but I think that edge is kinda broad. More focused learning is required, because I … Continue reading

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Big brave leaps in the global brain

Diving into Judith Horstman’s new book, The Scientific American Brave New Brain, I immediately found several rabbit holes I can’t wait to explore. Horstman is taking us on a whole new kind of ride. Explaining where technology is headed – … Continue reading

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