10 thoughts on “Why planning for your digital afterlife is important

    1. You’re absolutely right, Gilly. We don’t want to leave people, in this case, our readers, wondering whatever happened to us. As always, thanks for dropping by.

  1. Very important post, and I’m so sorry for the loss of your friend. You are such a great friend to be taking care of his digital world the way you are, with such compassion. Thanks for sharing all of this, I’m going to talk about all this with my hubby!

  2. very good post Nando. You were a good friend and brother to hector. He was blessed to have you in his life and more blessed to have you now keeping his interest safe. We should all be so lucky to have someone that understands us so well.

    1. Hey Willie, thanks my brother. You’d do the same, I know it. We have to catch up sometime. Thanks for popping in my little corner of the web, Wil.

  3. Terrific post. We just had that discussion at our house – if me or my partner dies, how we will manage the data that is left. With technology comes a new set of responsibilities, always! Thank you for sharing about your friend.

    1. Thank you for reading and commenting, Christine. Glad that the post at least started a conversation or provided further thoughts on the matter. Grim topic to ponder about but totally necessary.

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