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Death and the Digital Afterlife

Mark Sample. A Protest Bot is a Bot So Specific You Can’t Mistake it for Bullshit

Dead of Pompeii

Barbara Walters on supporting the bereaved

“QR Codes for the Dead” in The Atlantic

The Lost and the Found aggregates federal data that tracks missing persons and unidentified bodies.  It is meant to harness the power of the internet to match names to faces of the dead and unknown (The Found) and find the locations of missing persons (The Lost)

The Fallen of World War II is a video/visualization of the casualties associated with World War II.  It depicts the scale of loss for both soldiers and civilians.