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Thursday, May 20, 2004
WWW conference mulls Web as personal memory store
: "In a keynote speech to the conference, Microsoft's Rashid described what consumers might do with a terabyte of data storage that costs around $1,000 .. "You can store every conversation you have ever had, from the time you are born to the time you die," Rashid said. A person could have snap picture with a 180-degree fish-eye view of one's surroundings for every minute of every day for the rest of one's life. Microsoft researchers in the United Kingdom have built prototypes of such a life-recording device called SenseCam. They are gearing up for a second generation of photo capture systems no bigger than a necklace pendant, Rashid said
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