id like to read more about a narrative practice of time
He talks about it in his book, Psychopolitics. He says what we have now is "Dataism" and that data and numbers are additive, not narrative. They have no meaning. We're just stacking up more and more figures and data points about ourselves but none of it really tells you anything.
Human memory is a narrative, an account; forgetting forms a necessary
component. In contrast, digital memory is a matter of seamless addition and
accumulation. Stored data admit counting, but they cannot be recounted.
Storage and retrieval are fundamentally different from remembering, which
is a narrative process. Likewise, autobiography constitutes a narrative: it is
memorial writing. A timeline, on the other hand, recounts nothing. It simply
enumerates and adds up events or information.