May 21, 2013 07:49 BST Last week DeadSocial helped to raise the awareness of Dying Matters Awareness Week by taking over a popup space on Camden high street and hosting a series of events over the course of the week. They transformed the pop-up space (donated by the Collective Pop-up as part of a Mayor of London initiative) into an immersive gallery with a strong focus on death, life, hopes and dreams.
May 12, 2013 09:51 BST DeadSocial will be running a popup coffee shop during Dying Matters Awareness Week 2013 (13th - 19th May 2013) The 'DeadSocial Popup Coffee Shop' will be open between 10am-5.30pm Monday-Saturday on Camden High Street, London. It will play host to a number of events, workshops, discussion and seminars over the course of the week.
Apr 12, 2013 17:19 BST Today Google announced their 'Inactive Account Manager' tool. This allows you to tell Google what to do with your data after you're gone, whether you want to share it with family and friends or delete it altogether. DeadSocial on the other hand (launched last month) enables us to keep sending out messages to our friends and family once we have died directly to Facebook and Twitter.
May 14, 2013 16:22 BST Jon Underwood founded Death Café in order to evoke conversions on and around death. Over the last century death has become the ‘final taboo’ in the UK and many other countries across the globe. In order to break a taboo society needs to address and speak about it. This is where Death Café steps in, boils the kettle and cuts off a slice of cake.
Apr 10, 2012 20:34 BST Personal review about UK Trade & Investment's Mission to South by South (SXSW) 2012.
Mar 10, 2012 19:37 GMT DeadSocial has been selected to pitch at the London Web Summit 2012. We are honoured to be one of the startups selected out of a list of 150!