He had read that the mind was only capable of actively processing seven conscious thoughts at any given moment. It was an interesting theory. He supposed he was down to six, since one was always of her.
In truth, the number of conscious thoughts at any given time was irrelevant. With ubiquitous access to an infinite network of information, facts and figures were free to come and go. There was not much hard data that could not immediately called upon. Soft data, senses, feelings, ideas, etc, was all recorded via wetnet. Emotional responses were a bit tricky, but at least the stimulus data was on file.
Hard data could be erased. Soft data, maybe forgotten. Easier said than done.