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Communication after Death Possible with New Website

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Death is such a limiting factor in communication. Sounds like the understatement of the year, huh? Maintaining an identity after your demise might be a impossible feat, until now. There’s a a website, deadmansswitch.org, which lets you write email drafts with specific personal info to be sent after your death to preselected recipients.

The emails are distributed first to you at a month, month and a half or just under two months intervals and if you don’t respond, the company starts sending out your drafted emails 60 days from your last contact with them. (I think I saw this in a Hilary Swank movie.) But it is a way to keep you “alive” at least to your family and friends.

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