The Archive of Random Material (TARM) is basically an external memory storage for various things I read and watch. Much of what I consume is educational, yet I've unfortunately found that most of it leaks out of this silly brain of mine. Now, instead of leaking into the ether, it can leak onto this tiny website!
What's the benefit?
- The act of summarizing content helps reinforce it in memory, as it is simultaneously an exercise in comprehension and teaching.
- I build a constantly growing library of resources I can reference in future articles or discussions.
- Any time I need to reinforce a concept, I can do so more quickly via the written summary.
- People with similar interests to me could theoretically use TARM as a newsletter of sorts.