One of the aspects of our digital culture that seems at odds with itself is how digital has made us both more personal and less personal at the same time. We can now take photos we'd never have taken in the film era because the middleman, the photo developer, is removed, thus we can be far more intimate (or obscene) than ever before. On the other hand, digital has made us less personal. I was listening to an NPR interview with George Clooney the other day and he remarked on how often people will say "I met George Clooney today!", when all they really did was observe him through the interface of their cell phones trying to take his picture.
You may be surprised at how varying the entries will be. One man's digital savior is another man's digital curse.