Bilal Dardai (bdar) wrote,
Bilal Dardai
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The things you remember instead of the things you probably should.

I tend to believe that our problem isn't so much that we fail to learn as it is we fail to retain what we learn.

So if there were a proper way to combine the principles of advertising with the principles of education, I swear, we could be the sort of civilization that we only write science fiction stories about.

I can only solidly identify maybe four of the pop culture references in the below video, but my brain knows I've seen more than that.

I would love some help determining the entirety of the presentation's contents, so please chime in with what you recognize.


Tags: advertising, music, thought dropping
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