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This paper examines digital-technology as a tool and an environment with the individuals' personality at the intersection of the two: Its impact on social memory and the unbound document. With the ubiquitous embedding of digital networked technology in society and the emergence of the unbounded document, humans increasingly obtain information by grasping snippets of decontextualized text sourced through non-human entities from globally dispersed databases that have stripped out context. Then indoi:10.35492/docam/2/1/13 fatcat:jtk45646bzgclbszghdmd5nnz4