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Thursday, March 08, 2012

On the Internet as in real life, no one lives forever: Think Before You Die (.com)

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Domain Name For Sale:
ThinkBeforeYouDie.com

Premise:
On the Internet as in real life, no one lives forever. How do your survivors deal with the mess of cleaning up your digital life before you actually die.


Last week I was reminiscing about Rick's board and the questions members posed to start engaging discussions like "If Santa were to bring you any domain of your dreams, what would that be." I pointed out recently that based on their answer to that question then, "Santa" may well be .CO today.

Another question asked "Let's Say You Died Tomorrow? What about your domains. Your memberships like this. Your other online accounts? The consensus was that family wouldn't have a clue. And probably still doesn't.


On the Internet as in real life, no one lives forever. How do your survivors to deal with the mess of cleaning up your digital life before you actually dies.

That's what these two recent articles caught my eye.
How to Prepare for the Social Networked Afterlife
Signing up for a free social networking account is easy. A few clicks and there you go - open up your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ accounts. Get connected. The last thing on your mind is what will happen to those accounts after you leave this world. And not one of those networks, in their fast-paced Internet here-and-now, asks you to think about this, either.On the Internet as in real life, no one lives forever. Not even Whitney Houston. So how can one deal with the mess of cleaning up a digital life before the person actually dies, rather than after the fact?

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I wasn't drawn specifically to their answers and suggestions but as I thought about it there definitely exists an untapped need for a law firm to get into a niche practice under my domain for sale "Think Before You Die.Com"

According to LegalZoom.com, "Every year, Americans spend millions of dollars on routine legal needs, from incorporations and trademarks to last wills. Others put off creating essential legal documents because of the inconvenience and high fees. As attorneys, we knew there had to be an easier, more affordable way to take care of common legal matters."


With a recent $185 million investment by Google Ventures into competitor, Rocket Lawyer.com, the bullishness on the space is based on what the profession has come to realize: "these new competitors are not trying to out-lawyer us. They’re not trying to beat us at our own game. They’re creating their own game. They’re changing the terms of the legal market discussion to emphasize speed, price, simplicity and service. Their plan is simple: (a) Get clients to play their game, and (b) beat us senseless at it."

But none of these iBarristers are working specifically with guys like us, the Interprenuers whose assets, and thousands of email, social media and forum account credentials are hidden at best

Of course, we don't know what happens to us after death. Blogger seems to want to reserve the name you set up, just in case you ever come back. And I think they really mean ever!

Braden? Your friends in LA? Someone?

Also bundled in the sale is another relevant call-to-action domain.

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