Tag Archives: digital life

Now That You’re Gone, We Love You

Why the Future is a Great Time To Be Dead The dead are living pretty exciting lives these days. More exciting than many of us who are still breathing. If you went to the mega-music festival called Bonnaroo in 2012, … Continue reading

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Eternal Life For Pennies A Day

In the future, we’ll all be famous for 15 minute eternities. We will live on, in digital form, as long as artificial intelligence, computers, and our robot overlords allow us. This is a new phenomenon. Thousands of years ago, it … Continue reading

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Death – The Last Internet Taboo

Here is a sad thought. After your death, more people will post condolences on your Facebook page than actually visit your real, dead, analog, human body in the funeral parlor. The internet is no longer an invention. It is now … Continue reading

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Twitter Kills Another

People are living with increased dichotomy and split personalities. It is now apparent that most humans participating in the modern world have both an analog life and a digital one as well. One, we live by the clock, in our … Continue reading

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