So you executed the changes you needed to make your Facebook safe but it’s still causing you grief? Hey, we hear you. Living out loud isn’t easy.
Between your girlfriend demanding “Baby, why don’t you poke me anymore?!” and a client catching that fib about being sick (oops! Someone @replied you on Twitter about how awesome it was seeing you naked on a rooftop!), you’re over this whole thing.
You want off the digital grid and you want it now.
But, man, what a bummer to go to every network and delete your profile. Don’t you wish there was an app for that?
There is! Introducing The Web 2.0 Suicide Machine.
You put in your info for Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or MySpace and hit COMMIT. The site then changes your passwords (no going back!), replaces your profile pic with a noose, and removes your updates, tweets, pokes, etc., leaving only a concise little message specifying you’ve signed out — forever.
Facebook hates it, of course, and has sent a cease-and-desist letter. But as of press time, you can still check out of Facebook using the site.
Easy breezy, just how we like it.
Information via UrbanDaddy.