Digital legacies: Food for thought (audio)

Last year whilst researching digital legacies, as part of a project I was working on for The Compassionate Friends, I met a media student who was interested in my story. She ended up visiting and interviewing me, and the resultant project was part of her thesis. (Congratulations, Katie Callin, for since graduating with honours.)

If you’ve been wondering about your own digital legacy, or thinking about the legacy of your loved ones, you may find it interesting.

And by the time you finish, you’ll know the author of the quotation: “It’s a good day to be me.”

(Runtime: 15 minutes)



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