Last night Rock Center with Brian Williams aired a very powerful piece about a tough subject: Talking about dying in order to improve end-of-life.

Besse Cooper, the world's oldest living person, died this week at the age of 116. Cooper lived in three centuries; she was 18 years old at the start of WWI, 43 years old at the start of WWII, 73 years old when Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, 93 years old when the Berlin Wall came down, and 112 years old when Barack Obama became President.

Over at The Huffington Post, grief expert Gloria Horsley offers a helpful list of things to say (and things not to say) to someone who is grieving, as well as helpful things to do for someone who has experienced a loss.

Thanks to a tweet by Meetup CEO Scott Heiferman, Lifehacker wrote a really nice piece about Everplans on their blog yesterday. The piece drove a lot of traffic to the site, and we've gotten tons of great feedback.

Hi world,

We are excited to announce that as of November 19th, at 10:40 pm, Everplans.com has officially launched its new Website. (We're still in Beta so please be kind.)