Mark Dery has a new essay – “equal parts philosophical investigation (of memory, time, and museum vitrines) and memoir (mem-noir?)” – up at the Thought Catalog. He says: "Why do passing encounters with the inconsequential lodge themselves in our long-term memory, sometimes forever? What makes seemingly throwaway images get stuck in the hippocampus and stay… READ THE REST
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