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Your Digital Afterlife: When Facebook, Flickr and Twitter Are You Estate, What's Your Legacy? (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 15 nov 2010

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Almost without realizing it, we have stopped saving our memories in photo albums, home movies, and letters, and have transitioned to almost total digital storage of such assets and information. Bank statements and credit card bills that we used to receive by mail and file away are now stored and accessed on the internet. If we don’t take steps to make all this information available to our heirs, our personal legacies could be lost forever. Written by the creators of, this book explains the challenges, and offers solutions to make sure survivors can have access to this valuable material. It also explores different online memorial sites, which can do everything from notifying your email list when you die, to providing a place where survivors can post their memories.  


John Romano and Evan Carroll are the founders of, a leading online resource that explores death and digital legacy. As researchers and speakers, they are devoted to helping individuals secure their digital assets for posterity. Their work has been covered by CNN, NPR, The New York Times, Obit Magazine, the Orlando Sentinel, and The Austin Chronicle. With backgrounds in design and information science, together they have over twenty years’ experience making the web a more useful and enjoyable place.

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  • Copertina flessibile: 203 pagine
  • Editore: New Riders Pub; 01 edizione (15 novembre 2010)
  • Collana: Voices That Matter
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ISBN-10: 0321732286
  • ISBN-13: 978-0321732286
  • Peso di spedizione: 408 g
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Non utile alla mia ricerca, molto ripetitivo, poi, essendo un libro del 2010, è sorpassato dall'evoluzione delle normative e dei servizi online. Sconsigliato, soldi spesi inutilmente, le stesse informazioni si possono trovare online e anche in forma più approfondita.
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4.0 su 5 stelle a Breakthrough book! 13 maggio 2013
Di R. B. MAUTERSTOCK - Pubblicato su
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This is the first book of its kind that addresses our digital lives and what happens to all our data after we die. It will become more and more important as more of us put all our assets online. I personally have more than 25 key online accounts that I want to make sure get to my beneficiaries without a hassle. This book tells you how to do It. I insisted that each of my clients create file listing all their usernames, passwords and URL addresses while i was a financial advisor. This is critical! Read the book!
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5.0 su 5 stelle A Must Read! 23 novembre 2013
Di Tamela D. Culp - Pubblicato su
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Well thought out and very thought provoking. Even if you own "just" a smartphone you need this book. If you die tonight do you have someone who knows the pass code to unlock it? What happens to your Facebook and Yahoo and other accounts? You need a "digital" asset plan right along with the plan (will) you have for your monetary assests. This book is filled with real life stories and advice. A good and important read.
4.0 su 5 stelle Picking up the.pieces we leave behind in this computer age. 13 giugno 2014
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A very topical subject as we use the internet more and more for our personal needs. Unfortunately the time comes to all of us when someone else has to pick up the pieces that we leave behind. The days of sorting the papers in the filing cabinet are fast disappearing and instead others need to know what is on our computers. A very thought provoking book for readers regardless of age.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Five Stars 27 aprile 2016
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Excellent resource on the subject of managing your digital assets. I highly recommend it.
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3.0 su 5 stelle your digital afterlife review by Denys Yeo 8 febbraio 2011
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There is a gradual recognition, in the digital current-life, that a lot of what might be left behind at the end of a user's life may be in digital form. This book is one of the first, if not the first, to help people think about this situation and make suggestions on actions they can take. It provides a good background on some of the issues to be aware of and traps to avoid in trying to maintain digital material into the future. It is also does a good job of listing resources, including websites, that may be helpful in trying to sort out a digital afterlife.
Unfortunately, it encounters a problem that many contemporary books focussing on technology suffer from - by the time a book is published some material is already dated. For example, this book suggests that photos should be culled so that more interesting ones do not get lost amongst the thousands of others - but already software is doing this job so in the future "more" will be better and a picture search application will quickly find what you want; in the book there is quite an emphasis on still photos and little comment about video - yet video is rapidly taking over as a preferred way to record experiences.
A problem in trying to grapple with the concept of a digital afterlife is conceptualising what the term might eventually mean. Is it just about preserving digital material acquired during a life time? Is it about allowing on going discourse between people in the form of a "memorial site"? Is it about setting up a digital persona that people in the future might interact with? And how can people go about creating material that they may intentionally wish leave behind rather than relying on existing material that they will leave behind? Is it about all of these things and more? These questions are raised in the book but not discussed in any substantive manner. I felt this was a bit of a let down.
The authors of this book acknowledge that it is a beginning and that we probably don't know all the questions yet - let alone the answers. For me, with a vested interest in this area, I did not feel I learned a lot that was new, and some of my current questions were not addressed by the authors. But, for someone who is new to the idea of a digital afterlife it is probably worth a read.

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