Bram Pitoyo, Etc., Links

“Those three pounds or so of wrinkled flesh balanced atop our spines can retain the most trivial details about childhood experiences for a lifetime but often can’t hold on to even the most important telephone number for just two minutes.

Memory is strange like that.”

Very true, especially if you consider that the two human beings profiled in this article had the longest and shortest ever memory. The former remembers every passing moment of her life, the latter forgets.