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Submission + - Yahoo Ending Helps Japanese Manage Their Deaths (itworld.com)

jfruh writes: A quarter of Japan's population is over 65, and Yahoo Japan sees that as a growth market. They're offering Yahoo Ending to help the elderly manage all electronic aspects of their deaths, from archiving their online existence to sending a pre-written note to their loved ones. The company hopes that eventually the site can be a portal to help simply the process of having an IRL funeral, too.
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Yahoo Ending Helps Japanese Manage Their Deaths

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