Tools for thinking

Thinking Man

Edge.org’s latest symposium asks ‘What’s in your head?” Great thinkers contribute to an amazing discussion of scientific and logical tools and techniques to keep you sharp, smart, and growing, no matter your age.

Keep your OEM parts in optimum operating condition. It’s been at least 6 months or 3,000 thoughts since your last original idea.  Isn’t it time for that mental tuneup? If you want the Cliff notes, try David Brook’s summary here and here.

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