How do you feel about digital memories?
Listening the OnPoint, the topic is whether it is possible to create a “total recall” for all our memories of our lives. With all the social networks like Twitter and Facebook–not to mention the plethora of others–should we as human beings be recording all the minutiae of our lives to be retrieved at a later time?
Should we supplement our memory with the digital gadgets like cell phones, iPods, social networks or other aids?
Is there anything to the argument that the more you memorize, the more ability you have to memorize other things in the future? With children, it’s clear that the more you stress their brain with input of classical music or shapes/colors, the smarter the child will become and the faster her brain will be able to process new input.
What do you think? Should we record things that we don’t “need” to remember in our lives?
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