Nat S Ford (natf) wrote,
Nat S Ford

A timely example

Further to my recent posts about digital presence after death, someone on my LJFlist mentioned that another member of a fandom they shared had died suddenly in an accident. The comment thread to her lasts posts make sobering reading but make me even more determined to try to remember to make some kind of digital will.
e.g. this one:
we can't stop here...this is bat country - Hello Flist

P.S. Still coughing with bronchitis but still nowhere near dead!
Tags: digital legacy, legacy

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