I get calls sometimes from reporters to comment on stories related to my areas of research - usually, tech, music, policy, stuff like that. One of my favorite journalists to speak with is Quentin Fottrell of WSJ Marketwatch. He always brings me interesting, left-field stories and it inevitably turns into a fun, freewheeling conversation, from which he'll choose a judicious nugget for his story. This week, he and his colleague Catey Hill invited me to speak with them on their podcast about a fairly serious topic - death and grieving in the age of social media. It's a subject I've had to spend far too much time thinking about this year, and I was happy to have the opportunity to think through some of the implications out loud with Quentin and Catey.