On digital afterlives
The NYT article by Rob Walker, on what happens to our digital... (I was going to say 'ephemera', but considering the subject, that's not right) stuff after we die, is a must. It's been a long time since I've read something where I was highlighting and annotating the text with abandon.
And a hats off as well for David Eagleman, neuroscientist, writer, and businessman too, who has founded a firm which is grappling with how to solve some of these issues.
Labels: digital afterlife