Digital cameras and forgotten memories

Summary:Long story short, myself and my friend Dan were contemplating whether digital cameras, the modern replacement for film-fed cameras, were the cause of diminishing memories of the best days of our lives - at university.Although this podcast was spur of the moment; not recorded under professional circumstances (but when have I done that anyway?

Long story short, myself and my friend Dan were contemplating whether digital cameras, the modern replacement for film-fed cameras, were the cause of diminishing memories of the best days of our lives - at university.

Although this podcast was spur of the moment; not recorded under professional circumstances (but when have I done that anyway?), you'll be in for a treat. At some point, a bird outside went nuts, the 1608 from London Charing Cross to Margate went by, and if you're lucky, you can hear me shuffling from one side of the sofa to the other to reach my cup of tea.

(I even cut out a little part which left in could have sparked a diplomatic incident.)

Needless to say, have a listen and see what you think. Could digital cameras be the reason why we end up devolving in hundreds of years time? Speculation, contemplation, and the mad ramblings of two students; probably slightly delirious from the heat wave.

Topics: Mobility, Hardware

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Zack Whittaker writes for ZDNet, CNET, and CBS News. He is based in New York City.

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