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My talk for Ignite Seattle 8 on what to do when someone dies and how to preserve your online life. With color plates.

My talk for Ignite Seattle 8 on what to do when someone dies and how to preserve your online life. With color plates.

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  • 1. Everyone Coredumps
    Dylan Wilbanks
    December 2009
  • 2. What should you do when someone you know suffers a loss?
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/cindy47452/2094257984/
  • 3. “I’m (very |so )?sorry.”
  • 4. “How can I help you?”(and then HELP THEM)
  • 5. LISTEN.
  • 6. NEVER make a speech.
  • 7. NEVER try to push the grieving process along.
  • 8. NEVER comment on the deceased’s relationship with any deities.
  • 9. Dealing with your virtual life after death
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/auntiep/470551912/
  • 10. Websites may be leased space, but content is sticky.Blog comments, social media accounts, Usenet posts, etc. will outlast you.
  • 11.
  • 12. Remember your virtual life in your will
  • 13. Remember your online life in your will
    State in your will or in a codicil:
    Where your sites and accounts are
    Whether to keep them running or delete them
  • 14. Remember your online life in your will
    If you want to keep sites running, set money aside for that in your will
  • 15. Remember your online life in your will
    Keep passwords written somewhere safe (e.g. safe deposit box) + say where they are in will
  • 16. Your body?
    That’s up to you
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/dylanw/356676422/
  • 17. Unfortunately, most states ban a full Viking funeral.
  • 18. Summary
    “I’m sorry” is all you have to say
    Listen, offer help – look for ways to help
    No speeches! It’s not about you
  • 19. Summary
    Decide if you want your sites/accounts to continue after your death
    State your decision in your will
    Keep your info somewhere safe for your executors to access
  • 20. Thank You
    Dylan Wilbanks
    Twitter: @dylanw
    Website: dylanwilbanks.com
    LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/dylanwilbanks
    Facebook: I’m there too
    Foursquare: Sure, whatever

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