11MayWhat’s next with social networks?

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I recently thought of creating a social network for dead people. Everyone could provide their digital representations, biometry information, simulation of personal touch that would only be revealed when dead. However, Mission Eternity is a similar concept that Regine Debatty noticed at ISEA.

The M∞ ARCANUM CAPSULES contain digital fragments of the life, knowledge and soul of the users and enable them to design an active presence post mortem: as infinite data particles they forever circulate the global info sphere – hosted in the shared memory of thousands of networked computers and mobile devices of M∞ ANGELS, people who contribute a part of their digital storage capacity to the mission.

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Arcanum Capsules contain digital fragments of the life, knowledge and soul of the users and enable them to design an active presence post mortem.


  1. Gravatar Icon 1 KuiperCliff12 May 2007

    Ooh, I like this. A lot. I’ve got a half-written post about the International Necronautical Society lying around somewhere, waiting to be dealt with. The INS pre-dates the Mission Eternity project by a few years, and is still worth a look.

  2. Gravatar Icon 2 cati13 May 2007

    thanks a lot for the link!


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