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December

Memorista.com Update and Intro for Lifehacker users

9 December 2009

Update for December 9th, 2009: Lifehacker writeup, ad-free offer. Read the rest

November

Ad-Free accounts/Freebie update

8 November 2009

The ad-free accounts offer comes to an end today Read the rest

October

Halloween Special: Ghostly Mnemonics

30 October 2009

Spook your friends this Halloween with your demonic knowledge of how to say "Ghost" in multiple languages! Read the rest

Back in action

29 October 2009

Back from hiatus with new stuff lined up ... Read the rest

Freebie! Get your account upgraded to Ad-Free by mentioning us

12 October 2009

Get your account upgraded to Ad-Free. All you have to do is mention us on your blog or website. Read the rest

Swine flu mnemonic

3 October 2009

Handy mnemonic to remember the symptoms of swine flu. Read the rest

August

A couple of site announcements

31 August 2009

We'll be making it easier for you to login to memorista.com to access your foreign language vocabulary mnemonics if you ... Read the rest

Gravatars rock!

28 August 2009

Look out for me on your favourite blogs ... you can identify me by the following gravatar: What's a "gravatar", ... Read the rest

Welcome stumblers!

22 August 2009

Welcome to you if you've arrived via StumbleUpon! Noticed a bit of a spike ... The following links will be ... Read the rest

Interesting pronunciation resource: forvo.com

19 August 2009

Readers may be interested to know of a crowdsourced pronunciation dictionary at www.forvo.com. It allows you to listen to pronunciations ... Read the rest

Is it ever good to use a stuffed cat as a baseball bat?

14 August 2009

... when you're using it as a mnemonic / mental image, of course it is! We have hundreds of handy ... Read the rest

What language do you want to learn?

11 August 2009

We currently provide five major languages here ... namely French, Spanish, German, Italian and Polish. What language are you currently ... Read the rest

Launch of Memorista.com

10 August 2009

Today marks the launch of our new free website, making foreign language vocabulary easier to learn, using Mnemonics. Are you ... Read the rest