You have a digital legacy. What are you doing about it? This podcast talks with people and businesses connected to securing, protecting and preserving that digital legacy now and the generations of our family to follow.
How Do You Edit & Curate A Life Online? with writer Rachel Connor
Rachel entered The EXIT EARTH Short Story Competition, of which she was a finalist, with her work, ‘How To Curate a Life.’ It explores and opens up a fascinating discussion about what happens to our online lives after we die in a short story format.
Sending - "I Love You To The Future" with GabrielsVault
If you could send a letter to your great-grandchildren, what would you say?
The idea of leaving messages for our loved ones is not new; it's probably as old as writing. Today using digital platforms we can create, store and send messages to the future simply and quickly.
If you could post an "I Love You" to the future who would you write to, what would you say and when would you want it delivered?
You can do that with GabrielsVault, a generational message platform.
What Is The Soundtrack To Your Life? www.mylastsoundtrack.com
What is the soundtrack to your life? Using this new life story curation website, you can now list and share the song and memories that make your life memorable using www.mylastsoundtrack.com
It's the coolest place on the web to craft your legacy and it's driven by music!
Is This How Celebrants Are Growing Their Business Online Quickly? - The Celebrant Directory
The Celebrant Directory is a new website designed to be the ultimate search and review site dedicated to Celebrants. Having an online profile is quickly becoming more critical as families search for celebrants as the need and the awareness of the services they offer grow. This website allows celebrants the opportunity to develop a show-stopping profile and then give clients the opportunities to leave reviews. Could joining this service help your celebrant business? I chat to Jennifer Constantthe founder to find out.
How Would You Answer The BIG Questions of Death When You Are Alive? with Jane Duncan Rogers
Jane Duncan Rogers is an award-winning Life and Death coach who helps people prepare well for the best ending of life possible. Having been in the field of psychotherapy and personal growth for more than 25 years, she is also the author of Gifted By Grief: A True Story of Cancer, Loss and Rebirth and Before I Go: Practical Questions to Ask and Answer Before You Die. She founded Before I Go Solutions in 2016. We chat about the role of digital technology in the world of grief and the upcoming training course for Before I Go, practitioners.
How Do You Deal With Life When The Dead Speak Back? with Paula Kiel
Paula Kiel is a PhD candidate in the Department of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK. She is thinking and researching how contemporary media blur boundaries and challenges established categories such as local and global or presence and absence - and even life and death. Her curiosity with these issues brought her to consider how digital media is involved in death-related practices (such as public mourning and memorialisation) today.
Informative, well researched and presented
Peter combs the internet and the world to find the latest topics and research on the digital aspects of death. A facinating subject and a revealing glimpse into how our society is changing its views on these sensitive and previously taboo subjects. Being in the industry myself, I know how hard it is to get people to talk about planning never mind take action. I admire Peter and his passion and enthusiasm to uncover and share his findings with the world. Thank you Peter for doing this !!!
Well produced and fascinating
Peter is articulate and interviews a variety of people related to how digital technologies is impacting our customs and views of death.
One of the best podcasts out there in this particular industry. The host, Peter Billingham, approaches this complex subject--death and legacy in the digital age--with intelligence, compassion, and even humor. The guests always provide thought-provoking and/or useful insights. Excellent production quality, too. Overall, highly recommended!