One of my favorite things to do is to learn. I thrive on learning new things and experiencing new things. I get downright tickled when I learn something that I have not run into in my other 20321280 minutes of life on this planet.
When I wrote this anyways. Damn I am getting old.
If you have never been to TED and you like to learn, you need to visit TED. The site is an awesome learning tool. Random learning.
Cognitive psychologists now tell us that the brain doesn’t actually see the world as it is, but instead, creates a series of mental models through a collection of “Ah-ha moments,” or moments of discovery, through various processes.
Hell, I didn’t know that. I never even thought about that. Cool .
Because, see, I do not thrive on what I know. I do not thrive on what I don’t know. I thrive on what I don’t know that I don’t know.
Stick around. I will see what else I can come up with.
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Where else would we go? Of course we’ll stick around! Learning is fun; evaluation–not so fun.