Themistocles, when Simonides said that he would teach him mnemonics, or the art of improving one’s memory, replied that he would rather learn the art of forgetfulness: Memory, and thou, Forgetfulness, all hail!Each in her province greatly may avail.Memory, of all things good remind us still:Forgetfulness, obliterate all that’s ill. This was
Li Po wrote the following verse after his banishment from the Chinese Capital in 757: Homeless, exiled, I climb Sin-Ping tower.It is late on in
“Let me make it clear to youThis is what we’ll never do.” It really doesn’t matter if you don’t know how to spell:You’ll find that
A collection of thoughts and reflections about circles.