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Draw me a picture: Why books are becoming more visual

Today's blog is over at BookMachine - Draw me a picture: Why books are becoming more visual.

'We’re wired for pictures. Most of the information our brain processes is visual and we’re good at processing it really fast because we’ve been doing it for millions of years and our survival has historically depended upon it: reading is an evolutionary latecomer to the neurological party.'

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