Category Archives: Inuit

Fascinating wooden charts of the Tunumiit

So much of my work is about the incredible potential of hand held memory devices. These carved maps of┬áthe Tunumiit culture of Greenland combine the two methods I use most: the landscape and handheld devices. How logical is it to … Continue reading

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Memory methods of the Inuit and Yao

I get the most amazing emails from readers of The Memory Code. I wish I was more diligent in sharing them here. This week brought in a fascinating reference to the wooden carved maps which were used by various Inuit … Continue reading

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