Your cloud assets and profiles after you die

@pauljacobson any chance you could do a post on what happens to your cloud based assets (apps, music, etc) when you die? — Imel Rautenbach (@imel) January 5, 2012 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Imel Rautenbach recently asked me what happens to your content and profiles in the cloud when you die. Its an important question and I’ve startedContinue reading “Your cloud assets and profiles after you die”

Content creators need new attitudes not new censorship

Proposed American censorship legislation, sponsored by the entertainment industry, has sparked a terrific debate about piracy (a problematic metaphor but I’ll use it in this post) and business models. Much of the debate is happening in the United States where the threat to the infrastructure that underlies the Internet has focused minds on underlying challengesContinue reading “Content creators need new attitudes not new censorship”