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Collective Remembering

by Michael Nielsen on June 2, 2008

Almost everything any member of the human race has ever discovered has been forgotten. Over time, especially the past few hundred years, we’ve gradually learnt to remember some tiny fraction of what is discovered. But we do so selectively. One interesting aspect of the age of Google and the Internet Archive is that we may start to get a lot better at remembering things.

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