As you know, if you've dabbled into my work for a few years, I've closely followed the research finding, "The Spacing Effect," both from a research perspective and a practical perspective. Indeed, I was one of the first in the workplace learning field to recognize its practical significance, which I wrote about as early as 2002. In 2006 I published the research-to-practice report entitled Spacing Learning Over Time, which should -- if there was justice in the world (LOL) or viable trade organizations (OUCH) -- be enshrined in the Learning and Development Hall of Fame. Snickers are welcome. Taza Chocolate even better. A few years ago, still wanting to advocate for the practical use of the spacing effect, I began speaking about Subscription Learning at conferences and I developed a website (SubscriptionLearning.com) to encourage folks in the learning field to utilize the spacing effect in their learning designs.