Monday, March 31, 2014

Who is going to look after the results of the zillion of hours spent online?

What happens to all of your digital stuff when you die? For most people it is worthless but for others it might well have a value and needs ongoing management.

There are not too many people thinking about this question and how it can result in a business opportunity.

This article from Wharton provides some food for thought about how the management of the deceased digital assets might develop. Dick Stroud

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