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Your Digital Life After Your Real Death
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Your Digital Life After Your Real Death
Many of us have a social media presence, but what happens to it once we die? Adam Ostrow explores the concept of our cyber life after death via this thought-provoking TED Talk.


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Posted by nova on September 8, 2011
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