Memories are made by tech

People are now able to make, store and share a digital record of their daily lives. Web pioneer Dame Wendy Hall talks about the consequences and uses of having every detail to hand

A 'nomenclator' — a device that reminds us of people's names — is among the ways we could make good social use of tracking our lives via technology, Dame Wendy Hall of the University of Southampton tells Colin Barker of ZDNet UK at the British Library's Digital Lives conference.


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