Websites, after deathRogers Cadenhead: "I was told that it's none of my business why her family doesn't want her work republished, which is absolutely true, and that her legacy 'is not dependent on websites or books; her legacy is with every person who knew her and loved her.' This is only partially true. Leslie was an early pioneer in the creation of autobiographical content and experimental web design. She left behind thousands of web pages, many of which are as memorable as Possible Scenarios for Heaven from 2003." - I've often thought about what will happen to my websites when I'm gone. I guess it's something else I'll have to specify in my will.
Hopefully my children, or grandchildren, will be interested enough in one of the Fahrni domains to keep them running.
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