Memory Exploration

Published on Sunday, April 18, 2010 in , , ,

LinksIn this post, I'm going to send you off exploring!

I've been looking around for inks related to memorization, and I've found not only good links themselves, but loads of places that I think you might enjoy exploring.

The obvious place to start, of course, is using Google to search for the term memorization. Throughout this article, you'll notice I focus on the search term memorization, as it gets less confused with irrelevant but similar words such as memorable (too many nostalgia sites) or memory (mostly RAM, songs and craft projects).

Sticking with Google for a start, look at some of the other parts of it. For example, what blog sites are the most relevant to the search term memorization?

Even more intriguing, what books and magazine articles talk about memorization? Here, I suggest using Full view only, so that you get unlimited access to books and magazines in your results.

One of the truly best places to explore is in Lifehacker's memorization tag. It's not only a great place to keep up with the latest memory-related sites, but also incredibly handy tips, such as using naps to improve your memory, and the top 10 tools for forgetful minds.

Let's not forget videos about memorization! Here's a few great places to check for all kinds of memorization-related videos:


Of course, you could just search all these and more at once with Google Video.

Since I seem to be circling back to Google anyway, don't forget that it can search individual sites. For example, take the magic site The Magic Cafe, which is a forum for professional and amateur magicians. While you could use the site's own search engine, there are limitations to it. I've used Google to see what magicians are saying about memorization here, and you find out things you thought you'd never know!

If you found anything you particularly enjoyed while exploring these searches, let me know about them in the comments!

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