Sites on the Internet death in vogue
Internet sites dedicated to the memory of death and anonymous or celebrities are multiplying on the web. Overview of these new virtual spaces that sometimes replace the old social traditions around the deceased.
Initiatives are multiplying on the canvas to the deaths of individuals or celebrities, offering services free or pay to maintain the memory, image, links around the disappeared from online friends.The site www.lecimetiere.net is a "virtual cemetery" to honor the "Missing Angels" as well as adults. You can find photos and messages from individuals proclaim their love as Eve, who writes to his dead daughter: "Hello my beautiful princess that I am glad I found this site so I can talk to you and send you flowers ".
Another space is devoted to celebrities, from cyclist Laurent Fignon, the comedian Peter Doris passing by actor Guillaume Depardieu. A last is devoted to world events like the earthquake in Haiti, with slide show of scenes of desolation.The site www.net-obseques.com , "so that the memory is eternal," proposes the insertion of an announcement of an indefinite time. Fares range from obituaries to 49 euros, on page tribute page souvenir or anniversary of death at 49 euros, with premium pay tribute to the place of a photo album to 69 euros. The site " Memoirs of life "presents itself as the" social network memory ". "Describe the life of the deceased in a place of remembrance, exchange and sharing with text, photos, videos, sound recordings," he suggests, in a space that can be public or private. Dr. Didier Cremniter, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, who runs a medical emergency team psychological Samu, considers that these virtual sites are a natural evolution in a technical world: "In the global village, death is more experienced as a family phenomenon, it is shared with others, as they did 50 years ago, in villages, when all the people marching in the house of death. "(Source AFP)