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In 1885, Hermann Ebbinghaus, a German psychologist, extrapolated the hypothesis of the exponential nature of forgetting. The upshot of his work is that the brain will only retain a fraction of what it has learned over the long term without a series of reviews, spread over time, using an idea that over the years has [...]
Mia Nacamulli explains the varying degrees of bilingualism and how knowing more than a single language can change the composition of the brain. Bilingualism might not make you smarter, but studies show that it does keep your brain healthier and more actively engaged—all of which is a very good thing.
Thank you for visiting the Kanjjilicious project. We are in the middle of a 30-day campaign to raise production funds to develop the first version of the Kanjilicious app. Our strategy is to reach out to as many interested parties as possible and invite them to join the word-of-mouth effort to promote the campaign. We [...]
The Kanjilicious idea is almost in the wild. I've submitted our Kickstarter page to the Kickstarter powers that be, and it's currently under review, awaiting approval for launch. I got the final version of the video from my videographer Andy Bang on Friday, and cleaned up the copy on the page while it uploaded. Around [...]