Via Lisbeth, who’s researching the deaths of characters in online gameworlds like Everquest: The Last Email, a website that stores those emails to your loved ones (and others) with the things you could never tell them while you were still alive.

It seems like a service begging for a story consisting of those last emails. Of course they wouldn’t simply be messages of love. No, no, far more complicated. I guess Uncle Buddy’s Phantom Funhouse kind of does this, actually.

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  1. elzapp

    Sounds like something that has to be provided by google or amazon. “We know you, we know what to tell your relatives”

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