Lucas's Blindfolded Cubing Pages
1:09.72 video - My current record: ~1:00
If you're trying to learn blindfolded solving techniques, I suggest doing it by three-cycles, as explained by Macky. The cycles are straightforward and effective (2 pieces are placed per alg), and orientation can be brought down to a few glances at the end. I'm a critic of Stefan Pochmann's old method; I commend him for developing and using his own method, but the algs are just a bit too slow and too many for fast BLD solves. However, his new M2R2 idea (I consider it an idea, even though it's an entire method) is really cool, though. I will practice it, and maybe adopt M2 for BLD edges.