Whitson Gordon wrote a helpful guide on how to prepare your digital for your death. Although no one wants to think about their mortality, it’s an extremely helpful guide.
It’s impressive to me how many times people don’t recognize the extent of digital assets that they own, says Mark Parthemer, Managing Director and Senior Fiduciary Counsel at Bessemer Trust. With many clients, they’re concerned about financial things, but they need to protect the sentimental assets too, like photographs.
I didn’t know Whitson wrote for Popular Science, but good for him because he’s perfect for that site. Anyway, getting your digital life in order is a must. Many people write out wills but often forget about things like social media accounts.
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You can get more good tips from Allison Sheridan, if you watch the screen recording from her 2014 Macworld Expo presentation. (https://www.podfeet.com/blog/2014/04/digital-disaster-life-after-death-at-macworld/) There are 3-4 such items posted at her website: tips learned after helping handle the unfortunate death of Tim Verpoorten in 2013.