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As memory turns into a digital rather than a personal construct, what does this mean for cultural and historical memory? How did we get to this point, and how can we ensure that negative consequences don't result? What are we doing to maintain cultural memory, why does it matter, and where do we go from here? As computers take over our lives, they take over our histories. A lecture on this topic by Clifford Lynch.
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