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on death

I just read about a fellow book reader who died recently. I did not know her but she was one of my fellow "challenge" readers. I belong to a notable books challenge blog, in which I challenge myself to read books from several notable books lists and then review them in the blog.

There is much discussion about her and how to remember her. Suggestions to plant trees, to donate to the library she frequented, to continue her blogs.

I have long wondered what happens to this journal when I die? It is only a lifetime membership, after all! Does that mean it dies when I do? I assume that it does. I will be looking at the different ways I can copy it to another blog format - after all, my words are precious and not to be left lightly behind.

Should we create trusts, offering our blogs to others when we die? Or just let them fade away, quickly or slowly?

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(Anonymous)
Dec. 7th, 2008 06:27 pm (UTC)
I think you should mention it in your will, yes. And you've made me thought I should mention my blog in my will, too.

Yes, how great it would be to have the diaries and memories of former generations.

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