Your Digital Afterlife
When Facebook, Flickr and Twitter Are Your Estate, What's Your Legacy?
Publication Date: November 2010
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Unfortunately the answer isn't as certain as we might presume. There are numerous legal, cultural, and technical issues that could
prevent access to these assets, and if you don't take steps to make them available to your heirs, your digital legacy could be lost forever.
Written by the creators of TheDigitalBeyond.com, this book helps you secure your valuable digital assets for your loved ones and
perhaps posterity. Whether you're the casual email user or the hyper-connected digital dweller, you'll come away with peace of
mind knowing that your digital heirlooms won't be lost in the shuffle.
"Death is the final frontier of cyberspace--and this book provides a road map to the key issues, problems and future prospects for bridging this ultimate transition with dignity, security and grace."
-- Daniel "Dazza" Greenwood, Executive Director of the eCitizen Foundation
"To be ahead of one's time usually means stepping to the side of one's time in order to see it clearly. This book does just that, putting our digital lives and afterlives into sharp focus. Fascinating."
-- David Eagleman, neuroscientist and author
What happens to your online presence when you die? Evan Carroll and John Romano edit The Digital Beyond, a website that helps users plan what happens to their online content after death. They suggest you start planning now for the inevitable. More at NPR.org
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