The Ink Paste Site Tracks New Words to Help Increase Your Lexicon

By: Misel Saban - Aug 24, 2015
References: inkpaste & lifehacker
Perhaps you're someone that enjoys coming across and learning new words. If you are, InkPaste.com might be the tool you need to help you keep track of your ever-increasing vocabulary. This site is designed to help you remember the word and its definition through emails that follow the fibonacci sequence.

Learning new words can be difficult, especially if you aren't someone that will take the time to practice the word or look up its definition. InkPaste.com helps take care of both with its easy to use platform. Users are asked to paste a new word they've come across into a suggestion box. Then the site will email you the definition of the word at various daily intervals that correspond to the fibonacci sequence. The idea is that using the fibonacci sequence as a guide for when to send emails helps increase long-term memory within 34 days thanks to proper information spacing.