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The business of memory is mostly to forget.
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Confronting death, it’s borders all the way down.
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Disaster recovery in the memory palace.
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Soylent Green is our own memories.
Some people like to surf memories. Others use them as ringtones.
HE STOOD THERE with the box torn open, with ribbons of packing tape and flaccid little packing-bags strewn about on the table. And in the midst of this mess, the prize — the shiny tool […]