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 No.2955

What are your thoughts on leaving behind messages to be read after your death?

I myself have mostly online friends and I wonder what I would want to tell them after I'm gone, if anything, or if I'd just let myself disappear without explanation.

 No.2956

I would love to have an elaborate will. I would probably just have something that allows a lawyer to leak my private keys out to my loved ones and read my encrypted journals.

 No.2957

I want to be some sort of contrarian asshole and be forgotten as soon as possible when I die.

>>2956
> private key

You encrypt your journal with asym. crypto?

 No.2958

>>2956
Does that mean you wouldn't keep any secrets to your grave? That's quite interesting, I wonder what you write in that journal…
>>2957
I don't think it's too contrarian, Alice. That's a fine thing to want! Most people are only remembered till the death of their loved ones anyway, plus if they get cremated then there's no trace of their burial either.

 No.2959

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whatever I write I find autistic or silly years later. If I'm going to die I'd tell just that I've gone with a smile on my face, just so people who read this would not have to carry the weight of responsibility.

 No.2963

>>2958
That is actually an interesting question, I'm pretty candid about my thoughts and feelings on most things in my journals but there are a few things that I explicitly never write down.

 No.2964

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I've thought about this for a long while now. I also have many people I only know through the internet, many of which are very important to me.

I don't think there would be any way for most of them to know that I'm gone. My remaining family members aren't tech savvy enough to know that I might have contacts online who should be informed of my death.

It might be a good idea to set up some kind of cache of passwords and other important things and let someone trustworthy know about it. A sort of digital will.

 No.3036

Good, like.



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