Poetry | History

History (c) 2021 by Vernon Miles Kerr, VernonMilesKerr.com Yesterdays connot be viewed, Only proposed by the mess they left behind: Scraps of sloughed-off skin, Bits of fabric, shards of bone, Caprolites in caves, Or marks left on their walls, By ancestors extrapolating That we’d be around someday to read. Even their great, stone stuctures, Too… Read More Poetry | History

Scholarship | One Morning’s Internet Offerings

One Morning’s Internet Offerings ©2018 Vernon Miles Kerr For the (self-syled) scholar, learning never ends.  Or, one should hope so.  Today’s surfing-of-the-web (what an archaic term, eh?) yielded these two gems: Adapting indigenous people’s “illiterate” memory methods to modern scholarship: http://bigthink.com/aeon-ideas/this-ancient-mnemonic-technique-builds-a-palace-of-memory Following the link in that article to the illustration of a memory device called… Read More Scholarship | One Morning’s Internet Offerings