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Tributes, A Social Network For The Dead, Is Launching in June

Do You Think a Social Network For the Dead Is Creepy?

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, founder Jeff Taylor is launching 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?


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