What does funeral planning have to do with social media? I've been playing with LetterMeLater (see the previous post), a service which lets you schedule emails for future delivery (very useful for posting to Blogger), and if you wish, you can share the messages that you send with other users:
I can't complain about the funeral planning aspect, but does anyone else find the voting part a bit creepy? For all my commitment to social media, I'm not going to let anyone else pick the tunes for my funeral :-)
* I know my wife wouldn't like me to have any Hank Williams, and I'm so lonesome I could cry seems, well, too sad for a funeral. If people liked you, they'll want to celebrate your life. If they hated you, they'll be glad you're gone. Either way, funerals are happy occasions, so it looks like I'll have to give in and finish up with Bohemian Rhapsody.
Update: OK, I think I've solved the problem. iPod, pair of speakers, funeral playlist, shuffle. Let the technology decide.