Archiving … You

    Fractal, by artist Suvro Datta  

Fractal, by artist Suvro Datta

If  you think it’s only old books and manuscripts that can be digitally preserved, and be topics of debate within the dimension of archiving and digital immortality, then you should read this article that appeared recently in the Sunday New York Times.  This interesting article covers questions such as: What happens to your digital identity when you die?  Do you remain online forever?  If so, who has control over your digital after-life?  What are the ‘best practices’ in social media, or do these arenas even qualify for discussions of this nature?

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