Scott Brown on Managing Your Digital Remains | Magazine

until we’ve got proper digital omortality, the best we can manage is setting up some kind of system to preserve our online works and identity after we shuffle off this mortal coil. The price is certainly coming down to something more realistic. When I first started looking for services like this, all I could find was a commercial service called something like “Eternal Web” which wanted to charge $20,000 for the privelege of preserving our digital remains…

About Harry Stottle
Refugee from the Stumbleupon Blogicide of October 2011 Here you will find my "kneejerk" responses to the world and what I happen to bump into. For my more detailed considerations and proposals, please visit my website or my previous main blogging site.

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