A Walking Tour of the Memory Palace
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- David at the Trampoline Gym.
- A realistic depiction of the Andersen Family Trampoline.
- What’s in Paul’s Suitcase
- Paul’s Upcoming Itinerary
- John F.’s Herd Immunity Inquiry Activity
- Paul’s Hardy-Weinberg Punnett Square Video
- Hardy-Weinberg Punnett Square App for Android (a .jar file)
- Facebook really wants page owners to “boost” posts.
- Veritasium on Facebook’s advertising model.
- “They Loved Your G.P.A. Then They Saw Your Tweets”
- “How One Stupid Tweet Ruined Justine Sacco’s Life”
This Week's Topic: Memory and its relationship to learning
- David’s Brian Williams Blog Post.
- How memory works.
- Creating false memories in mice.
- Wikipedia’s Memory Bias page.
- The Innocence Project on Eyewitness Testimony
- Elizabeth Loftus
- Darwinian aspects of memory.
- Count the number of times the ball is passed in this video.
- The Forgetting Curve
- How to take notes effectively.
- A gigantic list of mnemonic devices
- Paul’s Five Fingers of Evolution Video
- The random order of a deck of cards memorized in 22 seconds.
- Moonwalking with Einstein
- VSauce: Did the Past Really Happen?
- Plausible Fan Theory: Was Ferris Bueller All In Cameron's Head?
- (Less) Plausible Fan Theory: Has the Simpsons all been in Homer’s Head since he was crushed by a vending machine in 1993?