James Ponder has put together some abstract images practice papers for everyone, and you can find them at The Home Of Abstract Images!
Meanwhile, I've been caught up in family-tree-researching [note - after two or three attempts to spell that word that starts with gene and ends with ology, I decided to give up. I'm too lazy to look it up, although doing so would have taken less time than typing this parenthetical explanation] for the last couple of days. I've even fallen behind on my memory-training schedule, although I'm determined to catch up tonight (just need to do a bit of binary and I'm back on track). But I'm going to add new bits on to the end of yesterday's post, rather than making a new one with each new discovery. So you can all safely ignore that bit if you're reading through my old bloggings.
In other news, I got my copy of "How To Be Clever" today. It looks quite cool, really, considering it was made using Lulu's default cover style and printed in A4 because I was too lazy to re-format my Word document into something more professional. Many thanks to the many, many people who've asked me to email them a copy - I didn't realise there were so many people out there who didn't get it foisted upon them a couple of years ago! It's still not worth reading. I've never considered it to be a real, finished book, just a very rough draft. So don't blame me if you think it's rubbish, I told you so.