I was pitched an idea for a link bookmarking site and thought to myself, "Why would I want to save a link? If ever want to read something again I can just google a variation of its title and find it immediately."
Then I realized, I don't save music these days either. I used to download every song from LimeWire and meticulously curate my iTunes Library. Today, I stream mixes and pull up songs on YouTube. A permanent collection of *my* music doesn't even exist anymore. Same with video, etc.
I consume whatever is put in front of me that day, and save nothing. It's as if personal possession isn't a thing in the digital world. Why keep a copy of my own if the Internet will always have one I can borrow?
Do you relate? If so, what does it mean?