When We Are No More

When We Are No More

How Digital Memory Is Shaping Our Future

Book - 2016
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Examines how humanity records and passes on its culture to future generations, from the libraries of antiquity to the excess of information available in the digital age, and how ephemeral digital storage methods present a challenge for passing on current cultural memory to the future.
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury Press, 2016
ISBN: 9781620408025
Characteristics: 229 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm


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Oct 02, 2016

Highly recommend this book if you want to begin to formulate a thought process on where will all this information (we are collecting in the digital age) take us. What do we do with all the redundant sources of information and how do we resolve issues like version control, and context objectification in the interpretation of all that information? Thought control has always been firmly under the control of those who control the knowledge base. What happens when all that information becomes widely distributed? Will the world of ideas shrink or grow endlessly as we attempt to harness all the information under the control of the dominant search engines?
Great book, well written, some great questions for us to ponder as the technology matures.


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