I will be giving a newly minted 9-year-old gentleman of my acquaintance a wallet for his birthday. I was thinking of printing and laminating a card full of important reference information for a young man of his age. Sort of an ultra condensed Schott's Original Miscellany. What should I put on it?
I'm memorizing all of the world capitals. What other flash-cardable things would be useful/impressive to memorize? [more inside]
Please help me come up with jobs where the main duty is organizing or classifying information. [more inside]
I know I'd like to buy my first house in the next five years. Help me learn as much as possible before I get to the point where I'm ready to do it! [more inside]
I am about to embark on a massive technical book reading escapade. Please share your information retention methods. [more inside]
Desperately seeking references to books in pill form. Or liquid form. Or as a tasty spread. [more inside]
Say you wanted to print a small chart of eternally and universally useful reference information on the back of your business card, so recipients would have a good incentive to carry it with them and refer to it often. What information would you choose? [more inside]
I've read "The Dangerous Book for Boys" and I generally love those kind of books (information about anything with guides on doing stuff). What other books are out there that are in a similar vein? I'm a 21-year-old girl but would rather not have a "girly" book.
How many ways can you store information? [more inside]