a truth that the impressionism of memory catches better.
Love in the Time of Cryptography
Quinn Norton

Does memory reflect truth or idyllic expectations and interpretations of the past? Perhaps logging offers a more brazen representation — one which spells out a firsthand account of intimate exchange rather than spouts a haze of it.

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