Tuesday night I fell into a pond and nearly drowned. Since it was warm stagnant water, there is a remote chance that I may have been infected by Naegleria fowleri amoeba; if so, I could be dead within a couple of weeks. Obviously that's a personal problem of no importance to anyone else, but it brings to mind the question of preparing for death as a conlanger, because the human body is very vulnerable and you never know when your number will come up in the lottery. If you have a personal language that you've never revealed to anyone else, for example: would you want to write a description of the language ahead of time, and make arrangements to have it published after passing away? How would you make such arrangements? If you have web pages that you want to stay online after you can no longer pay the hosting bill, what options are available? The Wayback Machine at archive.org doesn't catch everything and it might not be around forever. The conlangers of ancient times published their ideas in books, which has preserved them to some degree, although some of the old books are scarce collectors' items, unavailable from libraries and never webified. Is it arrogant to want some of your ideas to live on after you die?