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Materialization of Digital Death

Materialization of Digital Death Session Notes: John Romano – social grief – comparing online memorials to social networks – transformation of social profiles into memorials – people don’t care about their own profile but have strong feelings about other people’s … Continue reading

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Digital Identity 101 a primer for Digital Death Day

Digital Identity 101 Session Leader: Kaliya Hamlin Notes Taker: Jed Bruaker National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace – Not a single ID – Not a national ID It is coming through the chamber of commerce, business focused Comes via … Continue reading

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Business Models options for Digital Death

These are notes from the 2nd North American Digital Death Day May 6th, 2011 in Mountain View California. The session was about Business Models for services based on Digital Death. – problem : solution : benefit : value – current … Continue reading

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One Physical Death- Multiple Digital Deaths

Notes from 1st Digital Death Day Session taken by Stacey Pitsillides 3 identities – SL, work, wordpress , blogs for multiple identities asked at She’s Geeky, (3-5) personas how you manage your online identity define personas in different ways twitter- … Continue reading

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How can funeral directors help families in preparing for their digital death

This was a session at Digital Death Day May 20th, 2010, Mountain View California. Convened by Ryan Thogmartin from Connecting Directors How can funeral directors help families in preparing for their digital death? Digital death has not been discussed in … Continue reading

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Digital Death Day #1 Closing Circle

Evan Carroll Orignally open source model Forever drifted to conv value of both temporal and personal What is value of you today may not be tomorrow and vice versa Do we choose what to preserve and curate a legacy? (fewer … Continue reading

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Understanding and Contrasting Password and Identity Management Services

These are the notes from a session during Digital Death Day, May 20th in Mountain View California. Understanding and Contrasting Password and Identity Management Services Convened by Entrustet (Nathan Lustig) and Legacy Locker (Jeremy Toeman) Legacy Locker Philosophy of why … Continue reading

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