To live is to remember; and how we choose to consecrate our memories is what gives texture and context to our lives as the Panopticon becomes public. Google is good at creating the instant now for future recall, but The Wayback Machine is the granddaddy of soliciting who used to be. Today we have — Memento — a new contender for scrapbooking our online lives. So who is the king of our remembering? Wayback or Memento?