The End Of Forgetting

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  • The End Of Forgetting

    1. 1. T101 MEDIA LIFE facebook.com/t101medialife youtube.com/t101medialife twitter.com/t101medialife
    2. 9. we store we delete we remember we share we remember
    3. 16. MyLifeBits
    4. 18. “ having a surrogate memory creates a freeing, uplifting, and secure feeling.”
    5. 21. Twitter Shoe
    6. 22. Surveillance Shoe
    7. 24. Jorge Luis Borges, 1941
    8. 27. "The ultimate absurdity is now staring us in the face: a universal library of two volumes, one containing a single dot and the other a dash. Persistent repetition and alternation of the two is sufficient, we well know, for spelling out any and every truth. The miracle of the finite but universal library is a mere inflation of the miracle of binary notation: everything worth saying, and everything else as well, can be said with two characters.” Willard van Orman Quine, 1987
    9. 29. “ the internet doesn’t forget. and sooner or later, the internet finds out.”
    10. 34. 78% of you are honest or very honest when posting information about yourself online
    11. 36. T101 MEDIA LIFE facebook.com/t101medialife youtube.com/t101medialife twitter.com/t101medialife

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