What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Dear thanks to Mark Sinclair and his team George and James for putting this show together (we made 23 new shows that day). Do you like the background? Can you tell where it is?

I wanted to explore with you the idea of securing your digital assets for your children or close family in your Will. In an era being described by some as the cult of less it seems our kids and our kids may live digital lives and therefore seek fewer physical assets. My 13 nieces and nephews in their 20s and 30s all make a good living own nothing and rent everything. They travel relentlessly, are highly nomadic and work anywhere their skills are required worldwide.

I've always loved my Mercs but the kids have no interest. Their focus is BlackBerry Messenger (BBM), Facebook, iTunes, Macbooks, Call of Duty (CoD) and Friends (electronic relationships). They live on hard disks.

So if you have completed your Will for that final day have you included your digital assets, your contacts, your emails, your PDFs, your powerpoints, your docs, your excels, your blogs, your tweets, your videos and of course your usernames and passwords for their access?

Douglas Pederso

spectateswamp

My Digital Legacy is ALL the digital files I need..

Cool videos need to be passed on. General notes on family history and pictures. All my emails since 1996.

These are the things I Keep and need. To be able to pass them on.. Others will have to have easy access. (all will be included on a USB Stick) Yup Collect it. Use it madly and pass it on. Here is the way.

Every video could use a few words explaining things.

I catalog the above video as follows:

photo pause wait=9 again - Four engine electra fire water bomber dropping load of chemical 12Jun2013
xxx.C:\search\a_mpeg\retardent_bomber.mpg
photo continue start==9000 wait=16 pause - Four engine electra fire water bomber dropping load of chemical 12Jun2013
xxx.C:\search\a_mpeg\retardent_bomber.mpg
photo continue start==25000 wait=8 again pause - Four engine electra fire water bomber dropping load of chemical 12Jun2013
xxx.C:\search\a_mpeg\retardent_bomber.mpg
photo continue start==33000 pause - Four engine electra fire water bomber dropping load of chemical 12Jun2013
xxx.C:\search\a_mpeg\retardent_bomber.mpg
photo continue start==10 - Four engine electra fire water bomber dropping load of chemical 12Jun2013
xxx.C:\search\a_mpeg\retardent_bomber.mpg
 

It plays the first 9 seconds (TWICE) where the aircraft is low in a valley with trees visible on both sides. It continues on for another 16 seconds and the retardent dump is shown twice as well. Then play the rest..

The complete 43 second video is then played uninterrupted.

All video need some of the details. Not just GIS locations

 

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Eric Sutherland

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Hi Thomas, This new tool makes me look a lot better than Klout http://www.mywebcareer.com/profile/ericsutherland !! Scored 740 Eric Sutherland T/A Trog Associates Ltd View Storefront View 20% of each book Business Networking on ecademy Marketplace Author and Publisher Services Q & A on my Blog Skype Id: eric.sutherland1 Know Me for the knowledge I have in doing Business Process Analysis and Business and Technical Writing Like Me because I am willing to share my knowledge Follow Me so I can help you to be better at using my knowledge

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Chris Windley

chriswindley-95975

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Thomas, Thanks for pointing out this blog to me and I found it very interesting. I have blogged about your blog here http://mandarainmaker.co.uk/wordpress/2011/07/02/sorry-to-hear-that-you-died/ Regards, Chris. Helping People Get Results

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Mike Turner

miketurner

Digital grave robbers are watching over your estate

Thomas your timing couldn't have been more better. It seems that there's more than one good reason for ensuring your digital legacy is intact and that you include your all of your digital assets, passwords, contacts, emails, etc in your will if this report in today's Daily Telegraph is anything to go by. According to the DT anyone with digital assets who doesn't take appropriate steps in a legally binding will to ensure their loved ones have proper legal access to everything from their email to Facebook account runs a very real risk of leaving their estate wide open to "Digital Grave Robbers" the number of whom are on the increase. Solicitors Thomas Eggar LLP have even gone so far as to produce a set of precedents that allow individuals to transfer authority of their digital assets to their appointed representatives or the executor of their will. It includes everything from establishing a secure and speedy method of transferring access to digital accounts to ensuring obituaries are kept short potential grave robbers have less information to work on. Their advice is that for somebody who has left a substantial digital identity that legacy needs to be guarded as much as any gravestone in a cemetery. You heard it here first folks. Look after your loved ones and get your affairs in order. Michael Turner Blackstar Farnham - Blackstar Croydon Advocates - Mid Sussex Ecademy

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Trevor Lamis

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

very interesting questiion...

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Sangeeta Haindl

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Interesting piece on BBC on-line about this. Sangeeta Haindl Serendipity PR & Media Consultancy My Blog Posts on Justmeans.com Twitter @SangeetaHaindl

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Gail Robinson

gailrobinson-337916

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Hello Thomas: Great video and touch on slums, sanitation and broadband. Are we really seeing a shift to the ultimate importance of relationships? We do not own relationships, we nuture them. Does broadband allow us to do this? Globally. I heard a saying the other day - the greatest gift in the universe is the sharing of ideas. As we share ideas, will our society go from slums to prosperity - by solving problems, collectively? Gail

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Kenneth Mortimer

kennethmortimer-12189

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

UNDERSTANDING YOUR BUSINESS - IDENTIFYING OPPORTUNITIES - REDEFINING PROCESSES CREATING VALUE - SUPPORTING OBJECTIVES - IMPROVING PERFORMANCE. Kenneth Mortimer | kenneth.mortimer@performance-improvement.com.au Mobile: +61 416 035 467 | URL: http://www.performance-improvement.com.au

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Chris Kennett

chriskennett-427575

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Present information is probably only worth something now.The world is continually changing.As global warming kicks in,we could loose most of our current information,and most of it probably wont be relevant in the future ,especially if everything collapses.If we dont change to a more sustainable life style soon everything will definately collapse in the coming future.Capatalism corrupt governments and banking sytems could collapse very soon if they keep robbing the workers.

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Kates Allas

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

I suggest that there will be a reaction in any posted comment to make this thread alive and more interesting.

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René Power

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Really nice idea Thomas. René Power, 'The Marketing Assassin', Experienced Chartered Marketer, blogger, business professional, dad, Evertonian, amateur photographer & videographer

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Adrian Traher

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

A great subject Since more than 60% of the population do not bother to protect their main assets or their children by failing to make a Will, I believe this will be self regulating. The vast percentage of the content is of very marginal value and the survivng members of the famiy always follow the money; access to the bank accounts, Insurance and the house. There is a methodology to trace "lost" financial assetts. An ability to trace digital assetts would be a interesting product for the market but what would be the take up. ? Those people with known digital value will be careful to preserve succession. Those without any perceived value will not bother anyway. Here's a fun conundrum. Will is deposited in the bank in the name of the maker. He/she dies. Bank is happy to release contents of the deposit box on receipt of a Grant of Probate. You need the Will to get the Grant. Adrian Traher MIPW Civil Wills

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Milton Rodrigues

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

I was just thinking when I went round to see the Nationalised UK Bank Manager, & explained to him How Wealthy I was... I would need to say : " Course you really need a DIGITAL MINDSET to really understand this properly !!! " :) Also, thinking of keeping my Supportive Student Protest Blogs, for my 3 Teenagers so that one day they will see How Cool, their Old Man really was ! Telling them To Wrap Up, Cause the Snows A Comin', aint ...apparently ! :) :) Milton Rodrigues Director, Surge-ITS Network Engineers, Wembley. Ecademy Cricket Club - Day 2, The Gabba... 11.30

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Allison McSparron-Edwards

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

I had never really thoguht about this aspect of my life till I read your blog. I will have to get myself organised now and ensure that I do something about my digital self......................Allison

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Tina Jonasen

thinkinnewareas

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Once again - TP is MANY years ahead of the rest of us!! What would we do without you dear!!!! L&R Tines PS: Adam Street ;-) - even if it looks like that wonderful restaurant in Slovenia, remember ?

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Michael-Don Smith

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

I have been heading toward the lifestyle described hear with resistance and the F Word. Nice summary Thomas of a way of being that I am learning [slowly] to embrace. D We live in amazing times with the speed and variety and reach of communication continuing to gather speed and with no sign of slowing down. In this modern context is... Speaking in Public... Still the No1 fear or... In the 21st Century is it the No1 THRILL??? Vote here to help measure what's going on... Where do you think public speaking comes in the general populations list of Greatest Fears? Where does public speaking come in the list of your Greatest Fears?

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Doug Smith

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Love the message. The video is a valuable tool for savvy financial advisors, lawyers/solicitors and accountants. I like the introduction of the video. To me, the backgound for your speaking part of brick/stone positions you in a castle type environment. Is this what you were going for?

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Nathan Lustig

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Thomas, Great video. You raise a ton of big issues that are starting to become important for not just people who are heavy internet users, but everyone. I'm the cofounder of Entrustet.com, we free website that helps you make a list of all of your digital assets and decide which should be deleted and which should be transferred when you pass away. When you die, your "digital executor" notifies us and after verification, we transfer your information as you wish. You can also take a list of your digital assets to an attorney to have them added to your estate plan. It's fairly easy, you just have to be diligent about it. It's also not just a consumer problem. Websites have no idea what to do when users die. For example, Facebook has 3 users dying every single minute, and they have no idea who they are or what they wanted done with their profiles. We've started a corporate partner program to help companies solve this problem. We've been thinking about this for about 2 years now and working on a solution for the past 1.5. Check out entrustet and let me know what you think. Nathan Lustig, cofounder, entrustet.com

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Gordon Wheaton

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Good video and blog Thomas. I never thought of digital information being worth so much before. Regards Gordon

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Mike Turner

miketurner

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Better than your "blistering feet" I guess Milt :) Mike Turner Blackstar - Croydon Advocates Mid Sussex Ecademy

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Robert Oosthout

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Thomas, When I hear you talking about assets Robert Kiyosaki pops up. He has a street smart way of looking at assets. To him and me assets are those things that put money in your pocket. So to me the question is, the things you call electronic and digital assets do they put money in their pockets after you have gone? And yes you are right they aren't interested in our old stuff. Robert Oosthout Solicitor & Mediator Call me on +31 626 902 545

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Kates Allas

katesallas-60392

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

I guess, it is when you visited the Philippines and to formally launch the Ecademy-Philippines. Headed ny Ms. Mary Anne Tolentino, asked me to have designed the stage backdraft. it's kinda interesting experinced, 'coz it's one day before your arrival... i am cramming how to tranfers the design to them, since i am down here in south part of the Philippines (zamboanga city). Since it was a huge file i cannot send it through email (yahoo), since it only accomodate 2Gig of file transfer...blessing that i used 'skype' to make the move and it was a success. We used video conferencing during the event, i believe, it is indeed a remarkable legacy for me. here's the pic. of the backdraft... with you, during the event. . . Kates V. Allas Creative Director Category: Art/Creative Design Industry: Advertising, Marketing/Communications, Web/Multimedia Level: Senior, Freelance, Contract

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Milton Rodrigues

miltonrodrigues-136281

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

What a Great Concept... Instead of Monetary & Material Possessions, I can leave my KIDS... My " Blistering Blogs " ! :) Milton Rodrigues Director, Surge-ITS Network Engineers, Wembley.

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Bob Nicoll

bobnicoll-281004

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Thank you Thomas, yet another thought provoking message. I like your posts because they inspire action. My will has been updated with the appropriate passwords and user names. (Now I just need to leave them alone -- no more changes...lol) Blessed Holiday Greetings from the Last Frontier... Thankful and Empowering Regards, Bob Bob Nicoll Chief Paradigm Shifter Remember the Ice bob.nicoll@remembertheice.com www.remembertheice.com

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John Bromley

bromsongsmith-537526

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

How sad ... A digital legacy ... I say, "throw my ashes to the wind and forget me". My life will be my legacy. Be it good, bad or indifferent, please spare me a 'Digital' legacy ... Warm Regards, John Bromley Songwriter & Musician brom47@googlemail.com

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Zara Lockwood

zaralockwood-48406

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

that is all. On Facebook: Zara's Coffee Page on Facebook | Zara's Weston-super-Mare Facebook Page Click button to contact Zara, no account or stars required.Powered by 123ContactForm All Stars Welcome- My Live Chat Room

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Eric Sutherland

ericsutherland1-131530

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Hi Thomas, Looks like I need to update my Will to cover Digital information or maybe an ebook in Amazon Kindle? Regards Eric Sutherland T/A Trog Associates Ltd View Storefront View 20% of each book Business Networking on ecademy Marketplace Author and Publisher Services Q & A on my Blog Skype Id: eric.sutherland1 Know Me for the knowledge I have in doing Business Process Analysis and Business and Technical Writing Like Me because I am willing to share my knowledge Follow Me so I can help you to be better at using my knowledge

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Colin Cesvette

colincesvette-225308

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Hi Thomas, Your blog has got me thinking and inspired me to blog on your blog (http://thunderheadinnovate.wordpress.com/2010/11/24/whats-your-electronic-or-digital-legacy/). Take a look at Higginns (http://www.eclipse.org/higgins/) - open source identity framework to help you manage your online identity. A convenient place to manage your credentials (passwords, OpenIDs, and InfoCards), and a place to control how your personal data is shared with friends and organizations you trust. Thanks again. Colin

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Dr JOY Madden

dr-joymadden-287199

Ethical Wills ?

Hi Thomas, There is an interesting book in which the author discusses all the various forms that legacies and wills can take from handwritten notes to extensive essays, video clips, voice messages, etc., on all the data and memories you deem important. See: So Grows The Tree (Creating an Ethical Will) I guess it's one thing to decide on what info you want to leave your children, and another to know exactly what unique message you want to the leave to the world at large about yourself. Joy Editor & Mentor

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Jan Mulder

janmulder-73243

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Gosh, the Dutch did it again. A good friend set up Ziggur.me. Where you can add all your online profiles for your digital legacy. Jan

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Andreas Wiedow

andreas_wiedow

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

@ Do you like the background? Yes, Kinda medieval, ideal to announce Thirty Years' War, burning the witches, inquisiton or the like. @ Can you tell where it is? London underground canalisation. Must be stinky there ? You don't really seem to like it according to your initial face expression ?

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Tom Evans

tom-evans

Here's a thought ...

There's only one thing you can take with you ... your evolution ... and only one thing you can leave behind ... your art Note the rules on length of copyright though and that Karmic Rights Management is more important, rigourous and long lasting than Digital Rights Management

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Marvin Whitehead Jr

marvinwhitaheadjr-278780

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

marvinwhiteheadjr Thomas thanks very much for this video update I haven't through about My Electronic or Digital Legacy,but I will take a very good look at it and use your suggestion in this video.. Thanks again!!

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Eva Davies

evadavies1-17666

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

I puff my chest up with pride Thomas! I have already put my passwords in my will and my son Christopher has them all as well. I must say though my decision to do this was not quite the same as you as you know how lazy I am with social networking - finding a blog posting from me is an art! I did this because I have built my husband's family tree for the last 20 years and have fantastic photo, certificates, wills, letters and other fascinating bits and bobs. I did not want them lost or to be hidden away. I have followed your example with regard to networking into my world of genealogy - I share everything and link to all family historians that want to link to me. I have also put this treasure trove (both electronic and hard copies) in my will too. But this is an area that many of us have not realised is an asset so thank you for opening this up to us all. Best wishes to you, Penny and the family Eva Davies The Electronic Zone - Are you in it? www.electroniczone.co.uk

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Alan Bowman

alanbowman-330504

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Hi Thomas Thanks for this and do hope Penny is well and looks as though you could be in the London Dungeon or Tower of London or Bank of England, somewhere secure no doubt. Kind regards Alan

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Demos Flouri

demosflouri

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Very thought provoking. I do not have a will as yet, maybe I should do one? I do hold a database with all my user names, passwords, client details, project etc and could pass that database on as my asset. It is my asset, that database IS my business. Warm Regards Demos Flouri Web Design | SEO | Logo Design | Leaflet Design | Graphic Design T: 0845 108 6168 DDI: 020 3348 8868 M: 07985 736 168

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Carolyn Williams

carolynwilliams-253741

Keeping my family in the loop!

I love this idea Thomas and likewise have been thinking the same, largely for both my two, as so much of what I think and write includes them in one way or another. As you know my soldier son has served his country overseas, several times and is currently serving in Afghanistan for the third time. Naturally my thoughts are with him and his regiment every waking and indeed prayer time. The first time my son told me he was writing his will, before leaving (role reversed) meant I too took that responsibility of writing my blogs and wealth of experience and connections with a view to passing them on electronically, so that whenever both he and his sister chose they could share them with those they loved and cared for. Naturally as a serving soldier he's been too busy and focused to be a part of his mums electronic and digital growth. Brilliant Blog Thomas. Happy Wednesday! C:)x Carolyn, helping you to #Sparkle with Confidence on Social Media www.lifestyle-online.co.uk www.facebook.com/LifestyleOnline

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Mike Turner

miketurner

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Very, very thought provoking message Thomas. Thankyou. Mike Turner Blackstar - Croydon Advocates Mid Sussex Ecademy

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Neil Warren

neil-warren-40272

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Yes - good point Thomas I'm not so sure that any business that was "personal" - like someone buying your professional expertise/time, is so readily transferable, nor indeed if people have been selling for an employer. But an awful lot of the "value" does translate to the equivalent of having set up a "corner shop" (or mini-Amazon chain, for some), and so the "footfall" coming back, loyal customers who "knew your Dad" and so on, why not!? I reckon there's a business opportunity there for a Twittering Will Man ;-) Kind Regards - Neil ModernSelling.com - for sales news, advice, tips & conversations. @ModernSelling1

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Martin Goetz-Jablonowski

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Hi Thomas, very valid point. I think it goes further it' more - access codes of and to your life - It's not just contacts, email and content it's also the vast amount of "dealings" that become a legacy and are certainly assets. Simple things like domains, e-businesses or currency transfer and forward deal arrangements. Associations, arrangements, one off or reoccuring deals, time lines.... It can be scary to even think about this. It's a nice challenge to get all this together and put it on an encypted virtual place. Consulting and running e-biz in three countries, the amount of electronic agreements over the years is staggering and nearly all just exists in e form. Martin

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Muchina Thuo

symonthuo-75282

Start with African mind-set

Hey Thomas.... It was a taboo to think of death in the first place...... that meant you are just thinking about inheriting.......again "my teacher told me, death is a cruel occurrence". Anyway,a lot has changed. Warm regards Symon Muchina Thuo End of the iceberg Jambo bwana na dada, habari gani? Mzuri sana.......

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Sally Asling

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Love this.

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Jeff Mowatt

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

If there is any legacy, it will be an imprint on the way business is done and why business is done should it prove to be true that the business paradigm for the 21st century is sharing and people-centered. http://forwardfound.org/blog/?q=comparing-business-development-paradigms It begins with an idea that a new way of doing business for the benefit rather than to the detriment of humans has the potential to be propagated globally via the web. "By going with the normal flow of free-market enterprise and the emerging replacement of monetary capital with intellectual capital as the dominant form of basic enterprise capitalization, it becomes easier to set up new companies primarily on the basis of invested intellectual capital. (See Post-Capitalist Society, by Peter Drucker). In plain English, socially responsible and forward-thinking companies can be set up quickly and cheaply--and these companies have indefinite potential for earnings and localized, targeted economic development. The initial objective is to develop model enterprises and communities, then implement successful strategies from those models into surrounding communities regionwide or nationwide, as needed." "With globally dispersed web sites deployed, the global resource base becomes available as a means for each community to best determine resource locations to meet its needs. Such a localized determination of needs, and connection into a global resource network that provides a means to actually address those needs, has not been possible prior to the onset of the Information Revolution and the emergence of the Internet and Web. "

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Colin Cesvette

colincesvette-225308

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Great blog, This is real food for thought and more questions than answers for now around distribustion, security and quality. Thanks Colin

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Chris Ogle

chrisogle-149131

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Hi Thomas, Of course a Digital Business such as Ecademy... goes without saying this is an asset... the key point here though, is that this business has to be able to survive without yourself or Penny, then it is an asset of real value. I guess with all Digital Businesses, and I have one too... we must look and plan our exit strategy, make ourselves redundant, then, when we are no longer needed we have created an asset of real worth. Whether the children themselves want to play a part in continuing what has been created is up to them... but it would be very easy to sell on too... equally beneficial for the kids.... Chris

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Chris Ogle

chrisogle-149131

What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Hi Thomas, I can see how others might value the Electronic data... the 300,000 emails, the enormous contact database... it is clean data and constantly used therefore it has a value... for so long... but this is a window of opportunity, data soon gets out of date... Whether children want to rummage through endless emails and whether the contacts you have built up are of any real worth to others (you are the link between them all, the trust and like, know is between you and those that have connected) except in the broadcast sense I am not sure... Certainly turned into a e-book or a record of a life in the Digital Revolution it has legs, it has your journey for one! which is a real life experience of someone influential in the adoption of Digital Strategies in their lives. If published this would yield value... but to wade through your many 000's of tweets and emails to search for something that might have happened or you could have said to see 'where you were' or what you 'were thinking' may be interesting but not sure how a value would be attached to it. Of course unique content such as Blogs, your video here, articles and the like have a value that is without question... but as for transactional data like tweets, emails etc... I think the jury is out Chris

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Tim O'Donnell

timothyodonnell-178622

How would my children stand

How would my children stand legally? Would they be able to access websites such as Ecademy or Facebook using someone leses (mine) username and passwords? Tim O'Donnell www.odas.it www.englishinengland.it www.englishinitaly.it

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Craig Cockburn

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Thomas, my blog article from 2007 on death, digital legacy and how to deal with it may be helpful. -- Craig Cockburn ("coburn"). Director, Siliconglen.com Ltd Web project and programme manager. M.Sc., CITP, C.Eng http://www.linkedin.com/in/siliconglen

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Alan Stevens

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Thomas, An important reminder. Well done. We've already placed usernames and passwords in an escrow account, mentioned in our will, for the benefit of our daughter. We also backup all our digital business assets twice a week, to two different locations that are also mentioned in the escrow material. Clearly, you and Penny do the same, and it's wise for everyone to do so. Excellent video quality too (well done, Mark) Best wishes Alan Alan Stevens, President, Global Speakers Federation, 2010-2011 Communication, PR and Reputation Management Author of Ping! Presenter of Media Coach Radio Show Follow me on Twitter Videos - Ecademy London and Your Business Channel

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Stan Broadhurst

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Wonderful subject...got to get my act together... currently just my whole business contacts & courseware thus life... fascinating... it is all on 200GB store.... but you are so right it needs a document both inside & outside of the will...A thought !!! are digital wills legal ??? Magic subject Thomas I love it here Best wishes Stanb

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John Boone

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

This is a very interesting video Thomas. I never thought of Digital information as being an asset. This is a great way for your kids to carry on your legacy or even just to hear your voice or see you again. www.dandjtaxxservices.com

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Jim Tuffin

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Hi Thomas, Interesting video which is making me think about what value my digital information might be worth. Even to me I'm not sure, but my electronic connections are between me and others and not between my kids and those people, or are they? It is a very interesting idea that those things that we do online, videos, blogs, connections etc might actual have a residual value to others. It leads to asking the question ... What can we do to increase the potential value of those asset, so that our benifactors get maximum benefit. I need to think about this ... we all do! Regards Jim Tuffin Home: 02380-361-648 - Mob: 07890-328-768 - Sky: BIZTIME If you would like to be on my Personal Database, so I can find you when I need your services - Click HERE

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Jeff Mowatt

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Not anyone Thomas, but everyone without

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Mark Sinclair

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Until the day we shot this with you Thomas, I'd honestly never thought about it. But a great deal of what I do (professionally) is all controlled with passwords, and driven by platforms containing valuable databases of contacts, media assets and more. Interesting stuff. Thanks for provoking us again ... _____________________________________ . Mark Sinclair, Founder, yourBusinessChannel Connect however you like.  Check out how we can help. Or simply watch one of nearly 1,600 FREE business shows.

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Jeff Mowatt

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What's your Electronic or Digital Legacy?

Ultimately Thomas, my cult of less is not having children.

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