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February 21, 2008

Catching up on email (including some silly stuff on surveys on the ActKM listserv) while listening to the BBC news I am told that falling asleep is more important than sleeping for memory recall etc. The argument is that a cat nap will improve memory. I intend to have a badge made to wear in meetings in consequence: The fact that my eyes are closed and I am snoring does not mean any disrespect, I am simply trying to remember what I wanted to say before you started to speak.

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