Web 2.0 Suicide Machine Commit Web 2.0 Suicide Today

[27/01/11] 

Some of you have thought about it; in fact there are probably more of you out there thinking about it than you realize. It's pretty serious stuff and you're probably best keeping it to yourself, because your friends just might not understand. And of course, if you're going to do it, if you've made your choice, you need to do it properly. The last thing you need is to get half way through and then mess the whole process up. That can't be good.

That's right, more and more people are looking to commit virtual suicide, removing any trace of themselves from social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace, and the Web 2.0 Suicide Machine – think Dr Kevorkian with a pocket protector and an html mean streak – will help them do it.

The system dives into your cyber-life and deletes all your contacts, photos and tweets with prejudice, and while for some this amounts to a real life death for social media geeks, for real people tired of virtual 'friends' and big companies caching their details, it's a clean slate option.

Of course the big boys like Facebook aren't too happy, but if you've been dying to kill off your friends, one by one, here's your chance.

It's time to top yourself.

Web 2.0 Suicide Machine
http://suicidemachine.org/


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