In the May issue of The Atlantic, Jonathan Rauch looks into the work of two doctors, Dr. Angelo Volandes and his wife Dr. Aretha Delight Davis, who are making a series of videos to help people make better end-of-life decisions.
From site updates to guacamole contests, welcome to the wonderful world of Everplans.
Friend-of-Everplans Mark Dimor is producing a documentary that we think is both powerful and important.
I graduated from business school four months after my mother died.
What does a good death look like? Photographer Joshua Bright offers one answer to this question with a series of photographs chronicling the end-of-life and death of John Hawkins, a New York City resident, and his relationship with his friend and Zen Buddhist priest Robert Chodo Campbell.
Today Google announced a new program to help you control your Gmail and other Google accounts after you die.
For a blog series called A Matter of Life and Death, I admit that I’ve probably talked a lot more about the latter. (Sorry.)
Everplans co-founder Abby Schneiderman was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal's Digits blog today.
How do children understand death? How do they handle grief? A new children's book, Missing Mommy: A Book About Bereavement by Rebecca Cobb, addresses these issues with grace, sympathy, and directness.
After my mom’s cancer diagnosis, lots of things changed: schedules, diets, and priorities, to name a few. But one of the most difficult things to get used to was the identity crisis that ensued.