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Monday, November 23, 2015
Our brains don't remember isolated facts. Instead we remember the stories—the context—behind those facts. When you look at random pieces of information, it makes no sense in your brain, but when you attach a story to it, your brain is more likely to retain that information. - Luca Lampariello