Don't let death interrupt your posting to Facebook and Twitter! A U.K. startup will put your social networking accounts to good use even after you’re six feet under.
You can link your DeadSocial account to to your Facebook, Twitter and Google+ accounts and write messages to loved ones and friends to be sent out at given times after your death — days, months, even years after you’ve passed. A “super administrator,” or a person you’ve chosen to access DeadSocial in the event of your death, can “untick” your account to indicate you’ve died; now your pre-written messages can be sent out, according to The Next Web.
You can learn more at http://vimeo.com/32396624 or click on the video below:
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