Remembering Someone by Their Facebook Posts

Your social media posts form an archive of what you did, what you said, or at least the things you considered important enough to share. What happens when you lose control of that body of information? In this video, a guy dies, and his friends look through his Facebook posts to get an overview of what his life was about.

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Your communications on the web can be as banal or as importannt as you wish them to be. After watching this, you might want to think about the digital legacy you leave behind when your time comes. -via Tastefully Offensive

While we're on the subject, you might want to write down your passwords and leave instructions for what to do with your online presence after you die. You can keep it with the list of bank accounts and where the keys are that you wrote up to make things easier for your survivors.


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