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Gordon Bell and Jim Gemmell visit Google's Mountain View, CA headquarters to discuss their book "Total Recall: How the E-Memory Revolution Will Change Everything." This event took place on September 25, 2009, as part of the Authors@Google series. In 1998, pioneering computer scientist Gordon Bell and his colleague Jim Gemmell at Microsoft began an experiment called MyLifeBits— an attempt to record Bells entire life digitally. Foreseeing the coming explosion of digital memory capacity and ubiquitous sensing devices, Bell set out to create a database of everything he did, saw, read, ate, felt—his whole life experience. He fused together a digital version of his past (scanned photos, letters, memorabilia, and so on) with a cuttingedge recording of his present, using sensor-enhanced cameras, GPS, and the latest in software technology. Fascination with this amazing undertaking has been ongoing, with features running everywhere from CBS to Scientific American, The New Yorker to Fast Company. But until now the full implications of what is really possible have not been revealed. Bells experiment is only a foretaste of an incredible new era in which memory will go far beyond the human senses and everything can be remembered. You will have total recall. Total Recall outlines the transformation coming that will affect virtually every aspect of our lives. It describes the near-future with heart monitors woven into clothing, wearable cameras that take photographs constantly and ...
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Google I/O 2009 - Google's HTML 5 Work: What's Next? Matthew Papakipos Learn about new features in HTML 5 that enhance and enrich the web experience. Learn about new features in HTML 5, how they'll be supported in Chrome, and our latest plans for new functionality. The web browser is quickly evolving into a rich platform with access to all the capabilities that your computer has to offer. This talk will help you understand what is possible and how to write applications that use the latest APIs. For presentation slides and all I/O sessions, please go to: code.google.com/events/io/sessions.html
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