[internet] Cyberspace When You’re Dead … ever wondered what happens to the stuff you uploaded to the internet after you die? …
Lustig pointed me to a recent corporate study that identified “chief memory officer” as a kind of unofficial role taken on by someone (often mom) in many families — the person who is paying attention to the idea that there may be no physical scrapbook or set of journals to hand down to future generations and that bits-and-bytes memory objects need to be preserved somehow.
Cyberspace When You’re Dead
This entry was posted on Tuesday, February 15th, 2011 at 7:59 am and is filed under Internet, Life.
« ‘Deeply… Silently… And… For Too Many… Years’ Neal Stephenson On Rockets »