- People were excited for the conference to start and shared lots of fun insights and links...
- — Natural Death Centre (@ndccharity)Sat, May 23 2015 07:18:04
- — Laura Stuart (@laurajstuart)Sat, May 23 2015 09:26:32
- — Natural Death Centre (@ndccharity)Sat, May 23 2015 09:43:02The Digital Age has changed our approach to Death & Grief @ConversationUK https://theconversation.com/how-the-digital-age-has-changed-our-approach-to-death-and-grief-38207 … @cendeathsociety #DigitalLegacyCon #YODO
- — Natural Death Centre (@ndccharity)Sat, May 23 2015 12:34:02
- James Norris of Dead Social kicked things off and introduced everyone to the day's fabulous MC, Jack Rooke.
- — Georgina Cronin (@senorcthulhu)Sat, May 23 2015 14:31:25We're starting with exploring how the never-changing concept of death fits with the fast changing world of social media #DigitalLegacyCon
- — Upstart Magazine (@UpstartOnline)Sat, May 23 2015 14:37:30
- Evan Carroll, author and speaker, started things off...
- — Georgina Cronin (@senorcthulhu)Sat, May 23 2015 14:33:33
- He was excited to see so many people in attendance...so excited in fact that he promised to give away three copies of his book to the first three people to tweet a photo of the room using the conference hashtag #DigitalLegacyCon.
- Carroll spoke extensively about our relationship with social media and its adoption into our lives...
- — Georgina Cronin (@senorcthulhu)Sat, May 23 2015 14:35:57We're starting with early adopters of social media and the various curves of usage that follow them #DigitalLegacyCon
Digital Legacy Conference
This free conference organised by Dead Social took place at the UCL Partners offices in London on Saturday 23rd May 2015.
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