I stumble upon the Forever Alive link crawling above my content on my Linkedin account when I was updating and doing some cyber-housekeeping. Why bother keeping your blog alive after you die? I don’t think many bloggers think about it. I wasn’t thinking about it before today but I am now. Normally; I am all mouthy about a subject but this particular topic is not a conversation I have had with anyone across cyberspace.
Who are these people and what they can do for you. According to the Forever Alive website they are the folks that will keep your blog living after you die.
Based in Montreal, Canada, ForeverAlive.com was founded by Daniel Robichaud and Marc-Antoine Ross in June of 2011. Its purpose is to enable Internet users with the easy distribution of digital assets to loved ones after they pass away. ForeverAlive’s secure digital asset vault in Switzerland is built to stand the test of time and guarantees secure distribution of digital assets is performed according to one’s final wishes.
There is an app for Final Wishes for Facebook users that acts as an virtual will called Otrib. I would expect more of these type of services to roll-out as folks share more information on the Internet.