Take the reins of your loved one's memorial page.
An upcoming service aims to keep a digital version of you alive for your loved ones after you die.
A condolence note may be one of the hardest messages you'll ever have to write. Here's some advice on how to express sympathy, whether online or off.
These days, it's easy to know who's passed on, even in your faraway hometown. Plus some of the wittier epitaphs will have you dying of laughter.
You can save your loved ones the pain of organizing your funeral if you think about it in advance. Here are resources to help you plan for the inevitable.
Commentary: How the process of grieving for a loved one could start with a livestream.
There are a lot of loose ends to tie up after someone dies. They include removing or memorializing social media accounts.
Issues around social media may feel new, but technology has always created conflict in the way we grieve.
Take these steps to make sure your family and friends know what to do with your online accounts after you die.
You probably have more online accounts than you think. Here's how to get your digital affairs in order.
Shoot your ashes out from the edge of space or treat your mourners to a hologram at your funeral. Check out these creative ideas for going out with flair.
How to really protect your digital legacy.
Make sure your accounts end up in the right hands when you die.