I suppose that's only partially true, but important to think about nonetheless. 10,000 years is a very long time, plastics will be 500-1000 years probably, and only the worst kinds of nuclear waste such as uranium235 and plutonium239 being 24,000 years or more. I think it has been projected that unchecked environment damage could last 10,000 years as well for any sustainable recovery.
Thinking what a Roman would think about today and how only a handful of experts probably know many details about their life, the rest of humanity only in a distorted or rudimentary way, and that's only 2,000 years. In 10,000 years general folks probably will know next to nothing of our time.
We may have some vague remembrance as the period when science took off, when it became possible to travel the world in a matter of days, and when humans managed to leave the planet for the first time. Perhaps, even, as the time when worldwide communication became possible.
Perhaps there may be teachings on the "big empires" of the era, like America, Russia, and China. Europe will probably always be remembers as "that chaotic place." There may be some information on a few big names as well, like Stalin, Hitler, maybe Trump or Hilary if this political season turns in to WWIII. I'm sure the ideas about names like Hitler and Stalin will be as far removed from reality as our common ideas are about Caesar or Nero are like, perhaps more so as time expands.
Everything else will likely be unimportant and be unknown to anyone but history experts. Names like Obama, Putin, George W Bush. lol - our silly wars, senseless killing, and general violent tendencies.
10,000 years is a very long time, and much of what we know about our own history may not be as close to reality as we believe, especially as that time spans multiple thousands of years, or more. The Roman Empire lasted about 1,000 years, American has only been around for a couple hundred.
Whether it will be known as the time which led to a brighter age of science and technology, as that period where the planet was devastated and all resources consumed, that of worldwide social and economic collapse, or as the time which drove humanity into World War III - only time will tell.