June 20, 2018
Learn languages on SuperMemo.com for free or for a payment, with activated subscription.
November 22, 2017
You may be familiar with those serrated sets of forgetting curves characteristic of spaced repetition. The picture has been made popular by the article in Wired. That picture has been wrongly attributed to Hermann Ebbinghaus ever since. This blog entry explains the birth of that misattribution.
January 23, 2017
One of the users of SuperMemo asked:
June 28, 2016
The Repeat mode is getting more and more attention from our SuperMemo.com users. Here are some more questions that we have been asked. We hope that our replies will be helpful for you. Question 1: Every new day starts with ...the same item/s from day one in REPEAT mode, and they just keep piling up! Where's the SRS algorithm? Answer: Spacing consists in intervals getting longer and longer for items remembered successfully. Question 2:
June 22, 2016
We have just been asked by one of our users about ready-made flashcards to learn French: Would be nice to have ready-made flashcards with audio and English translation for blitz review and two-way translation - any chance to see that happen? Of course! It is already happening :)
June 22, 2016
One of our SuperMemo.com users who joined the service recently has addressed us with questions about the repetition process and the buttons that SuperMemo uses for assessment:
February 17, 2016
Recently, the following message with questions about dream incubation and lucid dreaming has been addressed to Piotr Woźniak:
January 27, 2016
SuperMemo 16 uses a concept called incremental reading. We claim that incremental reading can be used to creatively come up with new ideas. This raises some skepticism:
January 19, 2016
Recently, a SuperMemo user has approached us with the following question:
December 4, 2015
Recently, we have received several enquires about the import and export functions in SuperMemo.com. Here are some examples:
November 26, 2015
Thank you all for your first remarks and enquiries regarding beta SuperMemo.com. Apart from other things, we will also use this blog to comment on general issues arising from your messages. Here’s the first one.