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Right now we are in the age of life-logging, recording every bit of information about what we do in a day. This behavior is also called total capture and Facebook's latest Timeline feature, has introduced the idea of total capture to mainstream audiences. A Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, Abigail Sellen is critical of the modern conversation on life-logging and total capture and argues this technical handling of memories through indexing and metadata is just not how human memory works.
You can hear the full, uncut interview below, or download the MP3. [runs 23:58]