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- October 31, 2006
Over 3 weeks, about 30 minutes per day, I was able to memorize the first 500 digits after the decimal point. Rather than force myself to memorize chunks of a predetermined size, which is unnecessarily restrictive, I looked for "strings" of numbers that seemed as if they would be easy to remember. The size of the strings varied greatly, even with a few single numbers scattered throughout larger strings. It's best to take it slowly and write down the numbers often. However, make sure you always check everything you write - it would be terrible to go through all the trouble, only to find out at the last minute that you've completely mis-memorized a few numbers.
-- (October 31, 2006)
on Digits of Pi