Digitally recorded memory itself functions as a sort of “double memory” in that it captures not only the information contained by the digital archive, but also the memory of the creation of the digital archive. As a process, why do we chose to record the things that we do? What do we expect to gain from the creation of the digital archive? The recording of fleeting thoughts, images, experiences etc with mobile devices via social media has made archiving part of our everyday reality. How do we expect ourselves to utilize these archives? Files can be manipulated, lost, destroyed, in much the same way that physical mental memories can be changed and forgotten. What does the fragile nature of this cache of information do to us as individuals? Our records (or lack thereof) can potentially change the way we remember our past (and therefore present) selves.