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The forgotten life

by henrycopeland
Monday, December 2nd, 2002

Tim Hanrahan and Jason Fry write in the (PWprotected) WSJ: “Taking the Net’s pulse as we use it in our daily lives, though, is much more difficult. We don’t keep diaries or system logs, so the days all blur together, and all of a sudden it’s hard to remember what searching was like before the Google toolbar, or before all the CDs got ripped into MP3s, or what surfing was like before the cable modem arrived. It takes a substantial break in one’s routine to be able to take stock of what’s changed and what hasn’t.”

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