AKA Mental Entrenching 2
Since the second season of the BBC show Sherlock, which is a show that I highly suggest to those who have not seen it, there has been a lot of talk about "Mind Palaces". A mind palace comes from an ancient Greek and Roman memory technique called the Method of Loci, with loci being the plural of Latin locus, meaning location. The idea, for those unfamiliar, is to imagine a place in your mind, preferably a place you know well, like your house, and to imagine a path from one point - or location - to the next that you follow whenever you need to remember a list of information. If you need to remember to buy corn, milk and eggs, imagine a stalk of corn sleeping in your bed, a jug of milk on the stairs and eggs on the kitchen counter and then walk the path from your bedroom to the kitchen.
This method of memorization is tried and true as a form of image association, but what we really