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Paul Connerton, for example, argues: ‘Information technology, by projecting ‘memory’ outside persons, divests personal memory of many of its former assimilative roles; by directing the attention of those addicted to its immense capacities of storage and material, and to a rapid succession of micro-events, it generates a culturally induced mental habit which makes it increasingly difﬁcult to envision even the short-term past as “real”’ (2009, p. 144). Real life is messy, full of the conﬂicts, contradictions and contestations that arise through the fallibilities of human memory, but quantiﬁed-self advocates do not appear to recognize much value in this messiness.
Memory in a Mediated World: Remembrance and Reconstruction by Andrea Hajek, Christine Lohmeier, Christian Pentzold