Well, it had to happen. First we got basic social networks like MySpace and Facebook, then LinkedIn for work, Twitter and Pownce for micro-blogging and mini-updates, and well, at least chronologically, it makes sense: A social network for the dead. Citing the online grieving that occurs on MySpace after someone dies, Monster.com founder Jeff Taylor is launching Tributes.com this June, so that people have a central place for online memorials.
Now, I loved Six Feet Under as much as the next undercover goth girl, but I can't help but think how morbid this is. But, I also get it as this would be a place to blog, post pictures, after someone passes on, and like most things in your life, it had to come online eventually. . . or offline, as the case may be (apologies for the pun).
What do you think? Creepy, or did you totally see this coming?