> Carrol Cox wrote:
>As one's capacity to retrieve knowledge from memory weakens, sources like
Wikipedia also help one to remember what one does remember but can't, for
the moment, retrieve.
That's what I like about it; it's like a concordance to the Bible or, for
that matter, that on-line concordance to TSE. After my stroke, even all
these years after the event, I can easily spend hours, even days, trying to
zero in on a passage that I remember only in part when I'm trying to be
absolutely accurrate. Just some nice, time-saving, tools.