Most of us have probably not given it much thought, but what happens to all of our social media accounts when we die? Do you really want that Facebook page or your Google+ to live on in eternity? Some may. Others may want to take control of their digital afterlife and make advance arrangements to dictate what happens to their digital life when they pass on. Google on April 12 too a huge step forward in this regard by offering a new feature it terms Inactive Account Manager. The feature lets the user tell Google what is to be done when their account remains inactive for a specified time. You can choose to have all of your Google related data deleted or a trusted friend notified and given permission to handle your content. This appears to be a big breakthrough in the digital world and will be surely followed by similar policies at other social media outlets.
House 5863 is not your typical B&B. We are different. Here you will find no Victorian decor or rockers on a scenic porch. Rather, we are an urban, hip place to stay in the heart of Chicago's north side. Our style is contemporary comfort. Our rooms are clean, cool and most of all restive Our approach is more hands off than hands on. We focus on providing for all of your needs behind the scenes without disrupting your stay. Common areas are designed for casual living. The fully-equipped kitchen offers continental style breakfast with all the basics to allow you to serve yourself on your own schedule and at your own pace. Our garden and deck areas offer a quiet respite for relaxed joy.