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The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload
by Daniel J. Levitin
Dutton, 2014

The influx of information streaming from our technology these days can make remembering what is important tougher than ever. Neuroscientist Levitin explains how our brains organize all the input and offers tips on decluttering one's thinking at work, in social interactions and with one's kids. “This is the story of how humans have coped with information and organization from the beginning of civilization,” he says. It is also the story of how technology is changing many of our time-honored traditions for keeping an orderly mind.

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