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Digital Life: To tweet or not about death, dying

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Is it acceptable to blog about your illness from your hospital bed? How about if you’re dying? What about a son tweeting from his mother’s bedside in the ICU? Last month Lisa Bonchek Adams, the mother of

Source: www.usatoday.com

Social media is making the world a smaller place and opening people to many new ways of expression.  Dying and death are big issues that are becoming normalized in our everyday lives as we discover the death of a friend or relative online.  What is proper use of these technologies?  This article looks at to tweet or not to tweet.

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