The Parade of Lost Souls and a Digital Shrine

Passing on the information that Raincoaster sent me:

As you may or may not know, the Parade of Lost Souls happens on Saturday, and there’s a project called the Digital Shrine. Here is an explanation provided by Lorraine…

There’s a really creative way for online people to participate in advance and I’m trying to get the word out. Please take a look and pass it along to anyone you think would be interested. This is the first time we’ve done this (as far as I know the first time ANYONE has done this): an interactive, ever-evolving digital shrine to things and people that have passed the barrier of mortality. With my grandmother in the hospital right now, this project has particular resonance for me and there must be many people in a similar situation. Any help you can give us would be appreciated.

Details here

Thanks in advance,
Lorraine

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Comments (1)

raincoasterOctober 24th, 2008 at 1:35 pm

Thanks for posting this. Anyone can participate, whether or not you’re there on the day, by posting to the Digital Shrine.

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