At a future tech event about 12 years ago, some speaker predicted within a decade Moore's Law would make it possible to pack your whole life on one digital card that fit in your pocket.
He didn't just mean all your papers and email, or even all music and photos. He literally meant your entire conscious experience, a continuous stream of everything seen or heard in real life or online, captured and carried in one device.
My first thought in that pre-Google era was how-in-heck would one organize such a sea of data? A card filled with my entire experience would be pretty darn useless if it was as big a moshpit as my desk. And even if I could filter for relevance, I can't imagine wanting to rewind that much.
Well, fast-forward us back to the future, but here is a story about a product that sounds spookily similar, arriving just as predicted, about a decade later.