Messaging from the Grave?

by Kim Taylor

Much has been said about how to manage your social media presence if you were to unexpectedly meet your demise.  But, this Facebook app takes it to the next level.

If I Die,” the “digital afterlife application” (fancy description, eh?), allows users to install the app on Facebook and either pre-record a video or write a text message to be shared with friends should that fateful day arrive.

Some might find the very thought of this morbid, but in today’s digital age, how different is it than making funeral arrangements to relieve family of the burden?

What do you think?  Would you do it?

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