Two new articles popped up. Death Often Brings Disputes Over Online Lives by Yuki Noguchi New services promise online life after death by Mallory Simon
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Recent News About Our Death
We’ve seen comments about our presentation at SXSW out on the Web. Thanks for all the great comments. Companies are being born out of death by Lilly Rockwell at Statesman.com Digital Immortals or Just Noise From the Dead? by Laura on the Dell community Web site Outside the Frame: South by Southwest 2009 by Amanda […]
SXSW Digital Death Wrap Up
Thanks to all the attendees at the SXSW festival who came out for our core conversation “Who Will Check My Email After I Die.” We had a great time and a great conversation. We think it is a conversation that will be the center of a lot more attention in the years to come.We hope […]
Love for Death
Here’s some blog love that we received shortly after our idea hit the Panel Picker back in August. From Chris Snyder at Wired … And how are they pimping up their panels? Social media of course. Techies from across the country are reaching out in Tweets to get votes as well as in Facebook groups. […]
Date and time set for “Who Will Check My Email After I Die?”
We are happy to inform you that we have now finalized the day/ time for our Core Conversation Who Will Check My Email After I Die? Tues, March 17 5:00-6:00 PM See you there!
Matt Ludwig joins John Romano to Factilitate “Who Will Check My Email After I Die?”
Matt Ludwig has accepted our invitation to be the second facilitator at our session “Who Will Check My Email After I Die?” We are excited that Matt will be joining us at SXSW and look forward to his persepctive.
Who Will Check My Email After I Die chosen as a Core Conversation at SXSW
Evan and I (John) got the word today that we are invited to facilitate a “Core Conversation” at the SXSW Interactive Festival. The event is titled “Who Will Check My Email After I Die.” We are thrilled to be heading down there and look forward to a great event.