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    Dec122012

    A very persistent illusion...

    -Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.  -Albert Einstein

    There is no reality.  Get over it!

    An essay by Charles S. Johnson Jr.

    This is an essay about vision and photography but as I was reading it I kept thinking about sound.  New eye tracking devices have cast a better understanding of the difference in how we read words presented to us on different mediums, (paper, television, web, tablet device).  We see things in a certain way and then we photograph them in another and we remember them in an even different way.  Can part of this knowledge apply to sound?  What is the memory of a sound?

    I hope you will enjoy as much as I did.

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