i-Postmortem offers two services, one for the living and one for the dead. For $120 a year, customers who still walk the earth can create their own personal memorials ahead of time, including photos, videos and text that they want to leave to their descendants as well as last wishes and instructions to descendants. This “i-Memorial” is a secure product, so you could include passwords to your computer and email accounts that would only be accessible to your spouse after you pass away.
For customers who have already passed into the great beyond, i-Postmortem will maintain virtual i-Tombs. In exchange for a $50 per year fee, the company guarantees that these virtual memorials will remain online and accessible, no matter how many times formats, browsers and the underlying technologies change. Are your descendants reading up on you through HTML 10-enabled Chrome version 42 over gigabit intergalactic Wi-Fi? If they’ve maintained the annual payments, i-Postmortem will maintain your website.
i-Postmortem was inspired by Jacques Mechelany's grandmother who passed away 20 years ago, leaving behind a set of beautiful, leather-bound photo albums from the 1870s. Unfortunately, while Mechelany and his family have photos of their ancestors, they know almost nothing about the people in the pictures.
You can read more at http://venturebeat.com/2011/09/13/i-postmortem/