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Digital Remains

What happens to my internets when I die?

Digital estate planning for tweeps and facebookers.

A look at estate planning for your blog.

5 Responses to “Digital Remains”

  1. HL Says:

    Strangely, in the case of Breitbart, it gets better!

  2. Alan Says:

    If it’s on a “free” service you become a ghost since they won’t delete your account. If your blog is self hosted it will die when the money runs out.

    But you won’t care.

  3. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Oh. Lord, does this mean we need to set up Internet/Social Media Probate Courts? And how quickly will the Gooberment jump in and try to collect “Estate Taxes?”

    Someone hand me a Mop. I need to clean up all the Drool that’s dripping from Shysters Mouths even as we speak.

  4. DirtCrashr Says:

    I figure my wife couldn’t possibly be bothered to do all the password crap, there needs to be a deadman-switch or something…

  5. Les Jones Says:

    “If it’s on a “free” service you become a ghost since they won’t delete your account.”

    Until they go out of business (Tripod). Or change their policy. If you don’t log in to Blogger for 10 years are they going to keep your account around? No know today knows.

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