A eulogy is “a speech of remembrance typically given at a funeral or memorial service to pay tribute to someone who has died” (Legacy.com). Typically, such speeches are delivered by individuals who were close to the person who died, such as family and close friends. Eulogies are often highly personal and moving, and intend to capture some of the anecdotes, lessons learned, and fondest memories of the person who passed.
Consider a smart device that you own, which is currently still operational. Project into the future when the device has reached the end of its life. Now, write the eulogy that you would deliver to commemorate the device’s life. If you would prefer, you are also welcome to record yourself delivering an improvised eulogy and sharing the audio or video of you speaking. There is no right or wrong way to write this hypothetical eulogy, and you can be as creative as you like.