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Google Mnemonics

Creates mnemonics from website text
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Lets say you have to memorize something for a test and there are 20 parts. Mnemonics will help, but the current mnemonics generators on the web go like this (for example) Adj -Adj -Adj-Adj -Adj -Noun -Verb -Adj -Adj -Adj -Adj -Adj-Noun. I.e. Silly Ridiculous fearful trees eat angry monstrous robotic parts. Still pretty hard to memorize. It would be easier if you put in the first letters of the terms you would like to memorize and google searched for actual paragraphs of text that had the same first letters.
leinypoo13, Oct 27 2009

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       That'd probably be better as a mashup web app, using perhaps Google API, but not run by Google itself. Or Bing.
Ian Tindale, Oct 27 2009
  

       ...or better yet as a user driven site.
phoenix, Oct 27 2009
  

       I suspect that this sounds plausible but is impossible in practicality. For example, there' a mnemonic to remember which is X and which is Y. Would this ever actually turn up in the entire corpus of everything written by anyone anywhere ever:
"Wise up, X is a cross."
Ian Tindale, Oct 27 2009
  

       That is an unusual example, [Ian]. I like this idea, even though I hate and avoid mnemonics.
pocmloc, Oct 27 2009
  

       //even though I hate and avoid mnemonics// is that a mnemonic?
po, Oct 27 2009
  

       More like a clichë. I avoid clichês like the plague.
Ian Tindale, Oct 27 2009
  

       I wish you hadn't said that, [Ian] - I try to avoid the plague like the plague.
pocmloc, Oct 27 2009
  
      
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