gingerjet: Watch google shut it down in two years.
mcmnky: The important question is, who gets the pr0n?
thisiszombocom: mcmnky: The important question is, who gets the pr0n?oh man im glad ill be dead when i die, cause my family is gonna find tons and tons of friggin pr0n. i mean stacks of dvdrs, a dozen 1tb drives. id die of shame if i werent already dead/ not sure why i keep it// i dont even watch it/// i guess i have some massive ocd complex
BarkingUnicorn: I played with it a bit and I have some criticisms right off the bat:1. I don't see a sample of the notification that will be sent to my trusted contacts. "Barky's dead, do you want any of his stuff?" is not what I want sent to my son.2. Other than the auto-response that will go out to everyone who tries to contact me, not just trusted contacts, there is no way to customize my own farewell messages. Might want to send different emails to different trusted contacts.3. Be nice if I could divide the contents of my Google Drive among several people, but it looks like any trusted contact who get access to Drive gets access to everything on it. Same for the other services. I might want to leave a Doc for my kid and another for his mother.There are more sophisticated digital estate planning services out there. Some are free, the fancier ones cost money.I hope this takes off and Google improves it. Digital estate planning is important for a lot of survivors.
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