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Shared False Memories

Graphic Recording practice using an episode from the podcast “Stuff To Blow Your Mind”

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Clipart is going to be on hold for a little bit. For the next few weeks I will be doing “graphic recording” to build up a bit of a portfolio so that when people ask “what is graphic recording” I will have some examples to better explain it.

I will be using podcasts as my source. Today is an episode from “Stuff To Blow Your Mind” called “Shared False Memories and the Mandela Effect”

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