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This is my oldest blog - I now have several other blogs/websites for different areas of my life, different ways I think. You can check out old posts on this blog for glimpses into my life from long ago, or else check out newer posts at my various other blogs and websites for more insight into my current life and thought patterns...

Dream Big, Play Big - my personal development & life-hacking blog

Read With Teresa - the books that have been filling my head lately

MultiPassionate Coaching - living life with 'too many' interests and passions

PhysArt - dancing, moving, body-hacking

Me on OkCupid - my thoughts on relationships and such

and of course, my main personal website...

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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where
we can find information on it. – Samuel Johnson, 1709-1784, English Author
and Critic

I always liked open-book tests in school (Caltech rocks!) because I felt like it was more like the real world, where it matters less how much you know off the top of your head, and it matters more how much information you can find quickly and figure out how to use that information effectively and efficiently.

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