Thursday, July 1, 2010
In the essay "Shame and Forgetting in the Information Age," Charles Baxter dissects the difference between information and experience memory. Charles Baxter is set out to prove that there is nothing like experience memory even tho modern day is about technology and information memory. Charles Baxter's objective is to prove that information memory is only valuable if its paired with experience. Baxter displays to the people that it is necessary to forget and that forgetting typical yet ordinary so people should have no shame in forgetting information memory.