Monthly Archives: June 2014

Uluru as a set of memory locations

I’ve talked about the method of loci – a set of locations in the landscape used as memory aids – the most effective¬†memory aid known. I believe that the singing tracks of the Australian cultures, the sacred trails of the … Continue reading

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Medieval memories – illuminated manuscripts

I have always found the illuminated manuscripts of the Middle Ages to be some of the most beautiful artistic creations of¬†all. It was only through the research on memory spaces that I discovered that some scholars consider their design to … Continue reading

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