In the beginning there was no history. Someone made that up eventually, in the last few minutes of time. There has always been information in the universe, but we only found ways to lock it down recently. The last several thousand years have seen speech, writing, printing, telecommunications, radio, television, and computers appear at ever shorter intervals. Today obsolescence sets in quickly. The race to produce more faster has left us with millions and millions of pieces of information and no unified system to hold them all. Nevertheless, driven by the needs of capital, technology has moved quickly to keep up with the accelerating pace of information.

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