Monday, September 10, 2012

Ooh, the possibilities...

Yesterday's big long blog post was sort of an experiment to see if anyone was still reading this thing. And since nobody complained about the rude things I said about their websites/memory championships, I assume nobody is (except for the usual motley crew of friends). So yay, I can say whatever offensive and inaccurate things I want, without fear of repercussions! That's the way to motivate me to write more!

5 comments:

Feefers said...

Yay, glad to hear that "Brad", looking forward to reading more!

Hope this isn't too scary and unsettling having things bleed over from other things.

Anonymous said...

Honestly I've only just reading again.

As far as your last post went, I at least am simply not familiar enough with the Memoriad to realize that your comments about it were unfair... :embarrassed:

~ Kaff

Zoomy said...

Heehee, at least I'm not the only one with nothing to do except wander around the obscure corners of the internet now my favourite site isn't working... ^.^

Katy said...

I'm still reading! I even get updates sent straight to my feed reader. Suppose I should pop by and say hi every so often. Hi!

Doc Savage said...

Hi Ben!
Still reading. I went on another 5 mile walk today (usually every 3 days) and took Memory Palace/Journey pictures of the site for 50 spots. I have used these Journey locations so far for 200 Spanish words, and the 196 alphabetical World nations and capitals, along with 150 other Journey locations I have taken pictures of. My friend Jerry and I are using this set of locations to memorize Spanish, since he is a pharmicist and has multiple spanish-speaking clients. We are also using the 200+ locations to memorize other useful stuff. Language is easy to memorize using the Journey method, and had the advantage that I can review all my vocab words in order anytime I want to. I have spent the day today at a local bookstore, and am considering starting on journey memorization of world history events/places/timeperiods. I have interest in Egyptian hieroglyphs, and spent 6 months learning to pronounce and read them. Some cool ideas in the hieroglyphs, including semantic clusters of word grouping that appear in all current languages. Plus, Isis is absolutely HOT in her headdress and linens!