Relocate Memorize to Hyderabad, the tech capital of India, boundless talent and resources without the wage bill. I can't erase the memories, but I had to cut all physical ties to my past life. 

I feel like half of myself has died.

But this move gives me the chance to see the future from a new perspective. No pressure to monetise, time to develop the sensation engine to its full potential. Odd thing for a money guy to say, but I checked him out and he’s totally on the level.

He wants 33% of everything.

Five hundred people per day in sensation engine testing. It’s incredible, the data flow is like a river in spate. Our office is overrun by the bustle and processing of all these people…

Local production of ceramic oscillating sensors, replaces US production, half the price, twice the volume.

Everywhere I go, everything I see is Molly. SF is a prison built for her memory.

Studies show that the daily Buddhists' contemplation of compassion through meditation heightens their empathy, almost a kind of immune system for their morality in a world where we are being worn down by violent images and the schadenfreude of others!

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HUF Integrates With SENSEN

A Groundbreaking partnership between VMK and Memorize has finally been struck. Rumoured for several months, the collaboration was finally announced this morning at a press conference in Paris. The marriage of these two companies will see the fabled VMK HUF overlay, payment systems and tablet technologies merged with the one-of-a-kind Sensen technology. The exact nature of what is planned is still shrouded in mystery.

We license the sensen app to Congolese company VMK for their new smart glasses.

HUD overlays and smart payment micro credit system now fully integrates with sensen.

Because of the sophistication and diversity of advanced post industrial society needs, sensen works better in the increasingly declining markets.

More basic buttons are pressed in this market. Food, sex, play are simpler to map when the choices are limited. A classic case of economy of scale. Should we profit from the have-nots?

A whole week and no thoughts of Molly, now I plunge into a bout of guilt and black thoughts, sleep at my desk, literally immobilised by depression.

I read about the food crisis in sub saharan Africa and feel nothing. My own empathy feels as though it is slipping away, yet I push on with what I know and remember what this once meant to us.

Must push for more data collection.

As soon as we can reverse the flow of information back into the brain in the future I am sure we can market and sell memory as easily as we can tell what a person wants to eat for supper and point them seamlessly in the right direction.

The first step in replacing memory is to identify exactly the electrical/magnetic signature of the memory you want to replace.

Theoretically If you replace memory then the old memory is removed and can itself be stored or sold on, or indeed replicated.

VJ is concerned about the time I am spending in the field.

More interested in sales projections than actually selling something that works. Haven’t responded to his emails for a week now, and my cellphone is dead. He’s in America, raising the company's profile, I'm in the jungle trying to make something of all this hot air and expectation!

There is as much bureaucracy here in India as there was in America.

I can’t wait, the world can’t wait, this fear is crippling the future. I must act. Where there is bureaucracy there is also corruption, weakness. Thank god! All this theory is useless without raw data. I can’t wait for authorisation, for permission. Neither can the world. I have to be allowed to work...

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Now they accuse me of mind control? What with my silly magician's bag of tricks? Give me another ten years and then come back to me with the same accusation!


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Now they accuse me of mind control? What with my silly magician's bag of tricks? Give me another ten years and then come back to me with the same accusation!

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The Nile delta dries up, Bangladesh succumbs to floods, the arctic records its first ever sea ice-free summer, and amidst this chaos I've found the woman I'd like to have a child with. Events of the world and events of my life, they have equal insignificance to me now.

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Poacher turned gamekeeper? These idiot bloggers have no idea what I am doing. If I could control minds, well their stupid Borg mentality would be the first I would erase!

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The temple of the human mind lies in ruins. There has been no privacy, of thought or action, nothing off limits to aggregation and corporate exploitation for thirty years! What the hell did they think Facebook was?

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Factory opens to mass produce sensen tablets.

This will supply the demand we created by monetising our software in the US, after extensive trials and lucrative testing period in sub-saharan Africa and southeast Asia. This was the deal with VJ all along. Prove ourselves in those markets and triple our worth in primary marketplace.

New years eve and Claudine tells me she is pregnant.

This was always part of our deal, our chemical wedding. A stranger sensation than I thought - bringing a child into this world as it is now. But I will have an heir. As I delve deeper and deeper into the possibilities of my work the question becomes clearer - "to inherit what exactly!?"

Another summit on the global crisis, it’s the new growth industry.

Am flying to London today, alone.

My son Charles is born.

I cant help thinking that he’s somehow not mine because he isn’t Molly’s. Stupid and not fair on Claudine who can see how distanced I am.

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Channel tunnel blown up in terrorist attack on what remains of the European Union.  British separatists are suspected.

More uprisings, in Paris this time. I speak to my father. 'Come home son,' he says like a little boy. I haven’t seen them in ten years.

Dead. Both of them.

Rioters broke into their apartment looking for food. Paris is dead. My son will have no memories of his grandparents, but their world has no relevance to his anyhow.

My parents die without seeing their grandson. They will not be the only ones. They died because I can’t work quick enough. Will this be Charles’s fate too? Now it seems India is safer than Europe, even Claudine must see this.

Charles manages his first draw against me in chess. Maybe I should let him win, but no, a draw is good enough, he will have to fight for a win!

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This is the journal of Antoine Cartier-Wells. Hacker, chess player, social entrepreneur and founder of Memorize.

You have found it because you use the internet and live in a world where social media, sharing, and information consumption is a way of life - welcome to your world.

This journal plots the birth of Memorize, a company founded on the simple principle of empathy and understanding, whose goal was always to bring people together and bridge the boundaries and differences that language imposes on us.

In this, the new technology gold rush, information is power. But by putting power in the wrong hands and despite the best intentions, things can go horribly wrong…

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In 2013 it is safe to say that memories are the last private and intimate pieces of ourselves that haven't been uploaded to social media for others to see. 

Everyday, everything we see, hear, touch and smell is stored in real time in our brains. Our memories define who we are.  

In 2084 this final barrier has been brought down by Memorize, a Paris based corporation, and their brain implant known as the Sensen. 

Through the Sensen, Memorize owns the most intimate and personal data of 99% of the population. Citizens are aware of Memorize's control but are willing to accept it because of the pleasure that memory sharing and deletion has to offer. However, there are a small number of activists who choose to fight against Memorize; they are known as the Errorists.

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