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  • Notes from the Electronic Cottage 2/04/10

    Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    Every day, we are captured on video cameras in stores or gas stations or toll booths. Let’s reflect a bit on what effect such surveillance has on daily life, and on the recent introduction of automated license plate reading cameras mounted on police cruisers here in Maine.
    An interesting book on the difference between digital memory and human memory and what it means for out lives and those of our children is “Delete:
    The Value of Forgetting in the Digital Age by Viktor Mayer-Schonberger.
    Definitely worth a read if ubiquitous surveillance concerns you.
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    Published on February 4, 2010 · Filed under: Notes From The Electronic Cottage; Tagged as: ,
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