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May I throw in some quotes from our beloved genius Albert Einstein:
“Never memorize something that you can look up.”
“Paper is to write things down that we need to remember. Our brains are used to think.”
@Uba u r cool, man
also books are renondly full of wrong information but after all that reading are you going to cross check it, and rarly have i seen comments written at the bottom of liberary books by people telling me their opinion on the page, like this comment :)
what about those people with bad memories, i suffer with an illness that makes my memory suck, i can offten rememver that i have learnt something but i cant rememeber the details about it and thats frustrating, but i am a geek and smart phone is at hand…
also a damn site faster than going to the liberary and trying to find the correct book and then hoping its not written by a baffoon!!
Bobro, really? Use spell checker.
Lol babro’s phone isn’t so smart. Well at least google will try to correct spelling even if your phone won’t.
Maybe it’s just me but I am usually genuinely interested in things that I take the time to go look up, be it in a book or online. I usually remember the vast majority of it either way.
I totally agree. I will often jump from page to page on Wikipedia just because I love learning about different topics.
@ KORE & CODY :
With you on that. I am not much for reading for fun, but I love to research something I am interested in. The problem (lol) I am easily sidetracked, which ruins my “not much for reading for fun” theory, lol :) That is how I ended up on this page, after all (sidetracked). I was inirtialy
Sorry, big fingers on an Android phone keyboard, hit submit by accident.
I was initialy trying to find a way to upsize my phone’s internal memory, so far no luck finding it. But I was sidetracked by this section :p If anyone knows if it is even possible, or allowed for that matter, please inform me.
Thanks in advance.
Thanks for the laugh Woremochine. Good luck with the phone.
Really, I can’t post my thoughts on this because I’m using “spam keywords”. Crappy detection. I haven’t said anything that even closely relates to spam.
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