I don't agree with the headings at all. For example: "Letter pairs" are a way to come up with names/images for an individual piece and "Journeys" is the method used to actually memorize the cube using the objects associated with each piece. I'd suggest the following structure: - Ways to come up with images (letter pairs, color pairs, random images, numbers, ...) - Ways to memorize one cube (journey, story, visual memorization, ...) --Tim 17:29, 2 October 2009 (UTC)
- Yes, the differentiation becomes more distinct when we consider that the images that represent the pieces (my colour pairs) get reused over and over but the way to memorise (my story) needs to vary each time to accommodate the permutation of the puzzle.
- Sounds good Tim - just write it up!
- --Msemtd 19:06, 2 October 2009 (UTC)
- Yup, sounds like a much better idea for the structure. If you want to write it up that would be great, cheers :-)
- -- Cride5 12:58, 4 October 2009 (UTC)
Hey guys, I'm new here. Just took up the PAO memorization method. Happy to provide a bit more basics on journey method and roman rooms... but now I read this discussion here - from 2009 - and don't see the new improved structure realized yet. Hmmm - not sure if this thing here is active at all. If it is and you want more, please make yourselves heard here... --troubadixx 00:54, 22 December 2010 (GMC)