Warning: this is ridiculously long. So long, I went all college and wrote a short abstract to sum it up if you prefer the short version. While there are lots of great metas out there on how Sherlock realized he was in love with John during TSoT, mine is a slightly different take (with the same…
JUST POINTING OUT THE SCENE.
In case if people might had blurted out, why the heck did Sherlock gets all those laptops for himself..really, why?
Based from this deduction reblogged post, it did say about ‘it’s Sherlock’s Mind Palace’, it’s correct.
THE BEST PART and supports this good Mind Palace exercise is this book of The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload by Daniel J. Levitin that is going to be on sale tomorrow*.
*Side note: Well, it depends which tomorrow based from the date of that book sharing link. Either US tomorrow or +1 day from NZ tomorrow or even tomorrow from the book sharing link post.
(It was RTed by Tim Harford)
To make this more sense, in this Ten Tips on Organizing Your Mind, from Dr. Daniel Levitin sneek peek here (The book sharing link).(http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2014/08/18/ten-tips-on-organizing-your-mind-from-dr-daniel-levitin/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter)
THIS WAS THE THING.
This is the excerpt by the way,
2. Set up different computer monitors for different activities. “[There’s a] biological mechanism in the hippocampus for remembering where important things are,” Dr. Levitin says. Studying for an exam in the testing room helps a student perform better, and visiting the crime scene will help a witness remember more. For office workers juggling multiple activities at a time, physical separation can help mental organization. “You’re using your spatial memory now to tell you where to look,” he says.
So, if you’ve already exercising Sherlock’s Mind Palace, you’re ABSOLUTELY more than certain on the right track in keeping an organised mind :)
Just in case anyone who wonders who is this Daniel J. Levitin guy writing about an organised mind book, he’s Dr. Daniel J. Levitin,a NEUROSCIENTIST.