"Can’t remember: names - faces - directions - general words when speaking (I say “thingy” a lot) - appointments - things i need to buy like food I’ve run out of - my keys - what someone has literally just said to me - plans I’ve made with people"
So true that it's uncanny.
"... when he can tell I'm not listening, or when I think I'm listening but I'm actually focusing so hard on listening that I forget to actually do the listening thing."
So, I saw a saw a reddit post that suggested turning on subtitles, and that makes *so* much sense for me.
I had already noticed that I've been getting better at watching things *since* I turned on subtitles on Netflix/iTunes/... (mostly as an aid to listening), but never connected the dots.
And since in Belgium everything is subtitled, I didn't have a lot problems with it there overall.
For example: I really have trouble watching a movie or even a series episode. I zone out after 5 or so minutes and start doing something else (phones don't help, and of course this varies from day to day).
okay this is *definitely* what hell actually looks like
They used a neural-network style-transferring techniques to make Doom look like the box art of Doom!
Text is hard (UIKit at ).
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