Quote of the Month: I'm only interested in what's important.
We all have filters attached to our senses to restrict the type of input we want to process. For example, when driving a car, you do not try to take in all the scenery. Instead, you focus on items that might affect the safety (or direction) of your car. If something in your peripheral vision, like a ball rolling onto the street, becomes a safety issue, then it becomes important; otherwise most "side" issues are easily missed. The idea...
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