Remember the panic across the country when Hostess went into bankruptcy ending Twinkie production. There were online recipes to make our own "Twinkies" and they just weren't the same. People were selling Twinkes on EBAY, it was just crazy. Well, those tasty little cakes are back in production but one plant, in Chicago, is closing to increase production efficiency-sad. Here's the article from The Daily Mail
At first, this looked like a good idea but as I thought more and more about Delaware's plan to allow families to access the Facebook accounts and e-mail accounts of deceased family members, questions arose in my mind.
I have friends who are no longer alive with active Facebook accounts. It's especially strange to see a "like" from someone you know is no longer with us. Now, Delaware will allow family members to access accounts of the deceased. On one hand, it seems like a good idea for family members to have the ability to close-down an account or at least send out a mass "status" update about a person's passing. BUT, what if family member happens to see "private" messages or e-mails the deceased person wouldn't have ever wanted to share with anyone else-hey, it could happen. Will other states follow? Read more about this story by clicking here