How to Improve Memory Skills And Remember What You Read

Even though we are constantly exposed to more visual media, reading is still vital. Although not to the same extent as in previous years, people still read textbooks for school, online newspapers, and fiction/nonfiction books. One reason that many people do not read much is that they cannot read well. It’s a laborious, time-consuming process for them, and they don’t remember as much as they should.

There are many reasons why reading is crucial. It helps improve your vocabulary and grammar, expands your knowledge, improves your memory and concentration, and develops your critical thinking skills. You can find several articles that will help you better understand the text on and use this knowledge when you’ll read your next book. In addition, reading can help reduce stress, lower blood pressure and improve sleep quality.

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Audio Books that Every Graduate Must Read

It’s that time of year again – graduating seniors are getting ready to don their caps and gowns and embark on the next chapter of their lives. But before they do, there are a few motivational books for graduates they should make sure to listen to first. In this blog post, we’ll recommend five audiobooks that every graduate must read! So, stay tuned as we kick things off!

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Groucho Marx

Outside of a dog, a book is a man’s best friend. Inside of a dog, it’s too dark to read.

Topjoy Butterfly DES Tablets are finally being shipped out

Topjoy is a new company that has developed a writing tablet with a 6 and 7.8-inch screen and raised capital to produce the devices via various crowdfunding platforms. They raised $660k on Kickstarter and another $713k on Indiegogo. Topjoy missed numerous shipping dates and hundreds of comments were proclaiming them as a scam, the company remained quiet about the whole situation, that certainly did not help to build confidence. However, Topjoy has started to ship out both models to customers and tracking numbers have been dispatched. It looks like Kickstarter customers were the first ones to receive email notifications about tracking numbers and it remains to be seen when Indiegogo backers will receive their units.

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