3 Chicks and a Rooster

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>The dreaded topic… October 14, 2010

Filed under: Review — Momma Chick @ 4:59 pm

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That topic would be death.

It is unfortunately going to happen.

The only thing keeping us from dying is the fountain of youth and finding it is a must for that to work.

To prepare for death *shudder* we have Wills in order to get our finances and burial requests in order.

Now what happens to our networking sites like Facebook? Do they get deleted? Do they stay in order for people to post well wishes?

There is now a site that takes care of this, Ortib.com. This site allows you to name an heir to your Facebook page.

Go to http://app.otrib.com/ to learn how to get your Facebook taken care of.

At first I thought it was a little morbid. I mean name an heir to my Facebook?

I mean I won’t be able to see it once I’m gone.

However, when reading what the site has I thought it would be nice to know that people would have a page to do the following:

  • A Life Status Indicator on your Facebook profile

  • Real-time death notification to all connections

  • Dedicated tribute page with memorial service, donation information and guestbook

It is hard to think about our untimely death, but it’s always better to be ready for the unknown!

*This review was done as a campaign for BzzAgent.*

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2 Responses to “>The dreaded topic…”

  1. Olah Momma! Says:

    >Following your lovely blog.I am also inviting you to add your blog at http://olahmomma.com/momlounge – a directory of blogs and more, where you can also meet more mom bloggers like you.Following us through twitter, FB, google friend connect — your choice:) is deeply appreciated. Thanks and have a great day!BLR Grahamhttp://olahmomma.com — blogging and connecting blogging moms.

  2. Christina Says:

    >LOL sorry honey, left you out of the will expect you inherit my Facebook page! Enjoy and try not to embarrass me 😉


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