Thursday, April 27, 2006
If I die...
News.com had a story about what happens when someone dies and they've had a MySpace or a blog or something. It was really sad to read of these parents who learned more about their child's life after the child had passed away, or who recieved comfort from all kinds of people's responses to their children's deaths. Well, not sure if that was as much sad as heartwarming in a sad way. But it made me think... about me, of course. Should I die... if so, I'm sorry for leaving a scattered mess across the internet of all of the trivial stuff that in past generations would have stayed safely locked up in my head unlike now where it's virtual litter blowing across far too many landscapes. :)
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