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    Default Re: Journals: To Burn or Not to Burn?

    You can forget a lot in 40 years. I wish I had taken better notes. I think I read somewhere that the best memory in the world isn't as good as a note on a piece of paper. Or, something like that.

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    Default Re: Journals: To Burn or Not to Burn?

    Got a request from a university archive to deposit my papers: manuscripts, letters, journals, etc.

    Along with the manuscripts of books based on journals and notes, I deposited the original source materials.

    There are a few silly things I'll leave out, but for the most part I don't regret anything I wrote.

    I might have been mistaken, but never untrue nor malicious.

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