Whilst being involved in this process it has been incredibly enjoyable documenting everything that happens during rehearsals, meetings and catching some wonderful moments. I find it amazing that we are creating our own historical archive that people can look back on. So in a way, we are producing a piece of work from historical documents and archives and in the process we are creating our very own files of videos, pictures and notes documenting our journey. Our digital afterlife reveals how our ‘content is a reflection of you’ and how the ‘content is [our] legacy’ (Carroll and Romano 2011, p.3). That is why it is incredibly important to make sure that all content is ‘relevant to the target audience, as well as presented appropriately and in context’ (Leib 2001, p.108).
Carroll, E and J. Romano (2011) Your Digital Afterlife: When Facebook, Flickr and Twitter Are Your Estate, What’s Your Legacy? USA: New Riders.
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Leib, R (2001) Content Marketing: Think like a Publisher – How to use Content to Market Online and in Social Media. USA: Que Publishing.