Digital Death

by on Jun.29, 2011, under Syndicated from the Web

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Digital Death was a fundraising project for HIV/AIDS work in Africa and India, in which celebrities underwent a “digital death” (which is to say, stopped Tweeting and Facebooking), and their fans donated money to bring them back to life. It was a grand success, raising well over the million dollars they hoped for- it seems fans cannot live without Justin Timberlake’s brilliant Tweets. I couldn’t resist posting some of the funeral photographs.

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