The Digital Beyond: Problems

What happens to your digital identity after you die? This video explains some of the hurdles between you and the digital afterlife.

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3 Responses to The Digital Beyond: Problems

  1. John Romano September 5, 2009 at 1:23 pm #

    I hope you all enjoy our newest video. We tried to outline some of the basic problems that we need to overcome to preserve digital identities. Let us know what you think.

  2. Sharon November 8, 2009 at 3:10 am #

    WOW!! How insightful…I am 60 yrs young and LOVE the internet but have never even thought about an ‘internet legacy’ w/ emails, blogs, pictures etc but it surley is a footprint of your life & interests. Like how they do when they track your ‘cookies’ of the sites you use. This is a VERY interesting & insiteful ‘problem?’ moving forward into the virtual world of our lives..I see a new concept for attorney’s to start to practice!! UGH! But really, it is a problem and I know for a fact that when I physicaly die..I would like to leave my virtual world to those that come after me, like my great neice..I would have LOVED to have seen what my Mother would have done on the computer as she was 88 when passing and sharp as a tack. I LOVE this concept! Keep me informed…and stimulated!!!

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