“A remembrance never formed is worse, far worse, than a remembrance lost.” A great line from Walter Kirn’s piece on memory in the digital age: Remembrance of Things Lost.

+ The impact of constant photos and videos on one’s personal memories is fascinating. We now watch our experiences instead of remembering them. I wrote a post about this idea: We All Have Photographic Memories Now.

+ The Verge: Facebook’s new nostalgia feature is already bringing up painful memories.