Sunday, August 19, 2012


The question is being asked 'What happens to a person's digital footprint when they die?' facebook has responded with Evertalk, the only native Facebook application for remembering lost heroes, family members, and friends. evertalk was founded on the idea that there should be a place to celebrate the lives of lost friends and family members within Facebook. Thousands of people are using Evertalk within Facebook to create memorial pages, share photos, and send notifications. evertalk has emerged to become the obituary service for the social-media age. More than just obituaries, Evertalk is a 'digital afterlife' Facebook application for users to:
  • Create unique and beautiful memorial pages within Facebook to celebrate the lives of lost friends, family members and heroes
  • Leave thoughtful memories in a guestbook
  • Share the news and send notifications via Facebook, email and Twitter
  • Share photos and allow visitors to contribute their own photos to the Evertalk page
  • Provide details on upcoming memorial services
  • Post a video and remember great times
However will future family history researchers be able to find their ancestors there? To learn more or to access the app for free fo to:

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