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As personal data shifts from devices to the cloud, consumers risk losing their content. To help users, Facebook, Google, Twitter and other services recently began allowing people to download all their personal content. But is it enough to prevent the threat of digital amnesia?
It’s really about who is accountable for assuring the continuity of the digital content you care about. In the past, users would be held accountable for backing up their own data, but lately it has shifted to providers.
— Steve Grobman, an Intel security architecture engineer.
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"Ultimately, the Museum of Me taps into one’s narcissism and private experiences in an intensely social and networked world," said Jayant Murty, the director of Intel’s brand strategy in Asia
Like any new and successful idea, the concept for The Museum of Me sprang from humble beginnings. The idea began with rough sketches drawn on cocktail napkins.
The Museum of Me was created by an Intel marketing team in Hong Kong working with a boutique advertising agency in Japan, and it’s reportedly become one of the top 12 most popular museums in the world judging by the numbers.
Here’s the Making of Me back story.