I think this is excellent, a break from the rut that autobiography falls into, creatively. If the way we remember someone is a collection of pieces we choose to remember (the parts of his or her life most meaningful to us) then why not give us control over the narrative? I'd love to see some debate about this. Maybe all the infinitely wise people on Reddit will get into a fascinating discussi-- what the hell am I saying? Anyway, here's the link.