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The Man Who Remembered Everything—and Thought It Was Normal
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The Man Who Remembered Everything—and Thought It Was Normal

One of the most expansive memories ever documented belonged to a Russian newspaper reporter named Solomon Shereshevsky. For much of his life, he was oblivious of the peculiar nature of his memory. Then, in his late twenties, the young reporter’s habit of never taking notes during morning staff meetings caught the attention of the editor

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Questions of Travel: On Kurt Caswell’s “Iceland Summer”

Iceland Summer: Travels Along the Ring Road by Kurt Caswell LATELY, IT SEEMS, everyone is visiting Iceland. Half a million Americans are flying into Reykjavik every year, sometimes for a day or two, sometimes for a week. Maybe it’s the influence of Game of Thrones (2011–19), Vikings (2013–20), or The Northman (2022). More likely, it’s

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Chelsea Wolfe’s Eclectic Hauntings
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Chelsea Wolfe’s Eclectic Hauntings

The forty-year-old musician Chelsea Wolfe has roots in folk and country, but her music is imbued with the sonic weight of doom metal, with sludgy guitars and droning bass notes that sound as though they are crawling out from underground. Through seven studio albums, she has made a career operating outside the bounds of genre

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How to use Perplexity Pro to improve your writing and content creation
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How to use Perplexity Pro to improve your writing and content creation

Using Perplexity Pro for copywriting and content creation If you are searching for ways to improve your writing, copywriting or content creation, you will already know that finding the right tools to craft compelling copy is essential. Thanks to the explosion of artificial intelligence over the last 18 months there are now plenty of different

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Life Concentrated: Kate Brody on Writing About the Internet
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Life Concentrated: Kate Brody on Writing About the Internet

For years, I avoided technology in my work. Despite my poor research habits, I’d set stories in the decades before my own birth, or worse, I’d construct the literary equivalent of a black box, a setting devoid of temporal artifacts where eternal human struggles could play out without the interference of pesky cell phones. This

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'True Detective: Night Country's writer/director could be a clue to its mystery
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‘True Detective: Night Country’s writer/director could be a clue to its mystery

Showrunner/writer/director/EP Issa López on the set of “True Detective: Night Country.” If you love to yarn-wall a show, True Detective: Night Country gives plenty of reason to dust off the pushpins. With the premiere episode, HBO/Max has resurrected the dormant crime anthology series, offering a fresh mystery deep in the icy Alaskan terrain. Jodie Foster

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