Thanks for the Memory
The internet and and the rapid rise of social networking creates the possibility of remembering forever most of life's most significant (and insignificant) moments - maybe all of them.
Peter Day hears from people building businesses based on this new extension of the human mind, and asks whether total recall really is a good idea.
Producer: Mike Wendling.
Contributors to this programme
Professor of philosophy and ethics of information at the Oxford Internet Institute,
University of Oxford
Chief Executive, Evernote
Co-founder and chief executive, Timehop
Co-founder and product designer, d3i
Co-founder and chief executive, Memoir
Co-founder Mint Digital
Chief technology officer, HP Storage
Founder, Chronicle of Life