“A man is the sum of his actions, of what he has done, of what he can do, nothing else.”
At one time, if you reached a certain level of celebrity or significance, you may have been immortalized on a postage stamp. Neil Armstrong, for example, was the first man to walk on the moon and a stamp was created, chronicling the event. Few people, however, attained this level of notoriety. The digital age has changed this concept: now every single one of us has a digital stamp. This new stamp is not simply reserved for the Gandhis and Elvises of this world and has greater reach than ones derived of paper and glue.
Digital footprints and shadows constitute our permanent imprint on the world: a detailed summary ...