You all should know, I’m horrible at keeping up conversations. So if I don’t reply to you, you shouldn’t take it personally. There’s very few people that I talk to often, and for a long period of time. I get bored with conversation much too easily, and most of the time I would just rather be alone.
LifeEnsured allows individuals to make arrangements for the deletion or transfer of online accounts, the sending of final emails, the passing of files, and just about anything else they could want to do as part of their virtual deaths:
Besides having Facebook accounts deleted, users can leave a final status message, disable wall postings, change their bio (theoretically to the past tense) and even transfer ownership of the account.
Some users will be particularly glad to know that the Match.com and eHarmony dating sites can also be dealt with, through LifeEnsured.
[LifeEnsured founder Michael Aiello] explained that there were also even more creative things that could be done with the departed’s data. “One of our options for Yahoo’s Flickr photo service is to have all of the images revert to Creative Commons or into the public domain upon death of the owner,” he said.
Not sure how one crafts a final Facebook status message.