Fusionio When it comes to flash memory, you might know that Fusion ioDrives are in a class of their own, but do you know why? This short whiteboard video unveils the Fusion ioMemory difference, giving you a quick and easy history lesson in NAND flash along the way. Many people don't know that flash isn't really all that new. While it's only gained popularity in the past decade, flash was invented more than 25 years ago to be used as a new form of memory. Over the years though, developers instead implemented it as storage because flash memory is persistent, like disk drives.
The Battle for Your Mind: Brainwashing Techniques Being Used On The Public By Dick Sutphen Authoritarian followers Mind Control Subliminals By Dick Sutphen Summary of Contents The Birth of Conversion The Three Brain Phases How Revivalist Preachers Work Voice Roll Technique Six Conversion Techniques 1. keeping agreements 2.physical and mental fatigue 3. increase the tension 4. Uncertainty. 5. Jargon 6. Effects of stress on memory Stress affects many memory functions and cognitive functioning of the brain. There are different levels of stress and the high levels can be intrinsic or extrinsic. Intrinsic stress level is triggered by a cognitive challenge whereas extrinsic can be triggered by a condition not related to a cognitive task. Intrinsic stress can be acutely and chronically experienced by a person. The varying effects of stress on performance or stress hormones are often compared to or known as “inverted-u” which induce areas in learning, memory and plasticity. Chronic stress can affect the brain structure and cognition. Studies considered the effects of stress on both intrinsic and extrinsic memory functions, using for both of them Pavlovian conditioning and spatial learning. In regards to intrinsic memory functions, the study evaluated how stress affected memory functions that was triggered by a learning challenge.
Remember Names Game How to Play Remember the names of the people in the pictures as they introduce themselves.Type in their names when prompted. (case-insensitive, but spelling matters) Warning: The pictures used in this game were randomly collected and some of them may be odd, but that just adds to the fun. Competition Simulator Software New! version (2.1) of "Memoriad Competition Simulator" is released on 16th November 2012 Hereafter MemoriadTM competitions will be done under the control of a software called "MEMORIADTM". This user friendly software is the exact simulation of memoriad competitions where papers and pencils are used. Creative Mind Hacks Tapping Your Superconscious: How Da Vinci, Edison, Aristotle and Other Great Minds Accessed Extraordinary Creativity And You Can Too! In this unique blog series we’ll explore the powerful idea generating methods of Leonardo Da Vinci, Thomas Edison and W. Clement Stone to name a few. You can apply these methods to your own life and projects to gain valuable ideas that will benefit you for a lifetime.
Memory disorder Memory disorder is the result of damage to neuroanatomical structures that hinders the storage, retention and recollection of memories. Memory disorders can be progressive, including Alzheimer's disease, or they can be immediate including disorders resulting from head injury. Memory disorders in alphabetical order Agnosia Agnosia is the inability to recognize certain objects, persons or sounds, yet there are many more specific diagnoses of agnosia. Agnosia is typically caused by damage to the brain (most commonly in the occipital or parietal lobes) or from a neurological disorder.
Develop Perfect Memory With the Memory Palace Technique The Memory Palace is one of the most powerful memory techniques I know. It’s not only effective, but also fun to use — and not hard to learn at all. The Memory Palace has been used since ancient Rome, and is responsible for some quite incredible memory feats. Eight-time world memory champion Dominic O’Brien, for instance, was able to memorize 54 decks of cards in sequence (that’s 2808 cards), viewing each card only once.
What Actors Can Teach Us About Memory and Learning So you say you have a wedding toast to memorize? A 20-min. speech you have to know by heart? A list of people’s names you absolutely must remember? Pshaw. Imagine delivering the long soliloquies of Shakespeare or the impassioned speeches of Arthur Miller or the cut-glass dialogue of David Mamet. 10 Ways Improve Your Memory & Boost Brainpower Have you ever noticed that some people are able to effortlessly remember even the most mundane details, and quickly comprehend new things, and wished that you too could be like that? Well, you can. To unlock the full potential of your brain, you need to keep it active and acute. Wasting away on your couch watching mindless television shows is not going to help. Besides getting out flashcards, what can you do to help remember things better and learn new things more quickly?
10 ways to improve your observation skills (and your career), part III How did you do on the observation test? If you found your observation skills lacking, it may be something to consider working on, as… For people who plan to become the leaders of tomorrow, developing a keen sense of observation is a must. The crux of the technique lies in simply keeping your eyes and ears open at all times and never failing to register what you see or hear. Some great habits that can help you build your observation skills are: Trying to look at every day life in a clear manner.