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Your Digital Afterlife: When Facebook, Flickr and Twitter Are Your Estate, What's Your Legacy?

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  • Posted September 5, 2012

    Quintessential Resource for Estate Planning in the Digital Age

    Quintessential Resource for Estate Planning in the Digital Age

    Anyone considering making or in the process of creating a will should get this book and explore the additional resources that Carroll and Romano have provided beyond their careful tour of your digital life. The authors take an honest and easily digestible look at the complex digital world. Not only do they examine the current situation of individuals amassing a constantly-growing collection of digital assets, but they simply it and walk you though ways to evaluate your options for the future. It's simple to recognize that we had no need to consider the preservation of our digital assets in the (not so distant) past. They didn't exist until recently, but in many cases, like digital photography, we want to be able to pass along these precious memories and records to the future generations - much in the same way you may have inherited the cherished family photo album. But what you may not realize, and what the authors illustrate, is that some of your digital assets are being archived and preserved whether you want them to be or not. Bottom line: Your Digital Afterlife is a must read for anyone with any sort of online element to their life. (And, yes, that includes personal email accounts and Facebook profiles.)

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