2010 in review

2010 was a big year for The Digital Beyond. Before I make any predictions for 2011, let’s review 2010. Here’s a timeline of our significant events, posts and other happenings for the year.

1/3/2010: Evan and John met to make plans for 2010. This is when we started looking for a publisher for our book idea.

1/15/2010: We published Digital afterlife predictions for 2010, our most popular post of 2010.

2/26/2010: New Riders Press extended us an offer to write Your Digital Afterlife.

3/3/2010: Evan speaks at Ignite Raleigh.

3/16/2010: John and Evan moderate the core conversation Become Immortal: Understanding the Digital After Life at SXSW

5/20/2010: Evan attended the first Digital Death Day in Mountain View.

6/3/2010: The Digital Beyond was mentioned in Obit Magazine.

6/29/2010: Evan is quoted in a Techlicious article, What Happens to Your Online Accounts When You Die?

8/9/2010: Twitter announced a policy for deceased user’s profiles. Our response was the 2nd most popular post of 2010.

10/6/2010: Facebook announced that profile information and media are now available for download. The Digital Beyond provides an analysis.

11/17/2010: Your Digital Afterlife was released and began shipping.

12/21/2010: John published So what *does* happen to your digital assets after you die? and became our 4th most popular post of 2010.

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