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What Will Happen to Your Digital Life After Death

Digital Afterlife Services to Prepare for Your Death

Digital Afterlife Services to Prepare for Your Death

Have you ever considered what will happen to your digital life after death? Though sweeping generalizations can certainly not be made, it’s fair to say that most people have at least one profile on a social networking site – be it Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Myspace, or any of the other plethora of options out there.

Digital Life After Death

What happens to your social networking site profiles after you die? And more importantly, what do you want to happen to them after you die?

On many social networking sites, your profile will simply slip away into the oblivion once you stop logging in. Many social networking sites don’t promote the addition of truly meaningful content to user profiles, so surviving friends and family members don’t find any reason to continue visiting a deceased person’s profile after their passing.

For example, once you stop tweeting, will anybody really go back and reread the archive of your previous tweets after you’re gone? Tweets are such brief snippets of thought. It’s hard to even get a complete sentence to fit within the character limit imposed on tweets.

Peoplepedia is different.

Digital Afterlife Services

Peoplepedia is a social networking site that allows you to build a profile over the course of your life, and then ensure that your profile is left intact when you pass on. Peoplepedia encourages users to lay the plans for their own digital afterlife services. ...

What Legacy Do I Want To Leave Behind

What Legacy Do I Want To Leave Behind

What You Should Leave Behind After You Die

 

Death is a part of life, and everyone must come to accept this. Preparing for your death can ease the process not only for you, but for the people you leave behind when you pass on. Sure, there’s a will to be written and material possession to divvy up, but what else should you leave behind after you die?

 

Leave Your Legacy Online

The truth is, material possessions can only accomplish so much when it comes to leaving a legacy after you die. Heirlooms may be valuable in monetary terms, but they don’t capture your heart, soul, and spirit.

Wearing your grandmother’s locket or keeping your father’s favorite cuff links in your jewelry box may bring back memories of that person when you look at them, but what if you could actually bring back a piece of that person instead?

No, we aren’t talking about black magic or reincarnation. We’re talking about encouraging the people you love to create Peoplepedia profiles alongside you so that you can all leave your legacy online.

How to leave a legacy for your family

Creating a Peoplepedia profile is the ultimate piece of you that you can leave behind after you die. Unlike heirlooms or sums of money, your Peoplepedia profile will contain your heart, soul, and spirit. Instead of leaving behind something that’s empty, leave behind a Peoplepedia profile that’s full of your thoughts, realizations, and wisdom.

 

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"I Want to Be Remembered": Building a Legacy Online

I Want to Be Remembered, I Want to Be Recognized, I Want to be Known

 

Have you ever wondered how your grandparents met? Maybe you know your grandmother worked at the general store and your grandfather was a regular customer there, but do you know what their first date was like? Did they even go on dates? Do you know what qualities they found attractive in one another, or what obstacles they overcame to be together?

It’s totally natural to wonder about the lives of your family members who came before you. After all, if it hadn’t been for your grandparents, and then your own parents, you wouldn’t be with us today!

Sadly, details about the lives of our ancestors often remain unknown to us. Unless you are one of the lucky few who inherited a relative’s diary or journal, you will never have access to their story as they would have told it. Plus, pages tatter and paper yellows with age, so even a diary or journal cannot preserve one’s story forever.

With the advent of the internet, you now have the opportunity to preserve yourself – the very essence of your being – so that your loved ones, and anybody else who’s interested, can get to know the real you. Web pages don’t tatter and computer screens don’t yellow, so the key to preserving yourself for future generations is to do so digitally.

What Is Peoplepedia?

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