Saturday 21 April 2012
Why it's good to forget
Viktor Mayer-Schonberger's book cover
By Trevor Pinch and Mark Lane

Nowadays, with the plethora of social media websites that allows you to share each and every moment of your life, practically your whole life can be recorded digitally and stored in data centres. However, sociologists suggest that it's really quite good to forget some parts of our lives. Why? Our Webwatchers have the details.

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