Commit Virtual Suicide!

      Virtual life is almost being a better one for everyone out there, and who knows -- maybe you need to suicide your Virtual Life too. What's the difference? Real life you suicide and go to HELL, Virtual Life you suicide to get back to your Real Life! So it's like waking up from a dream to face reality! And as they are many techniques for suicide in real life(which I don't want to mention) here is the best Virtual Life Killer -- Web 2.0.

      So what does it do? Merely deactivate your account? NO! Deactivating is like going into 'coma', you can wake up one fine day. Here Web 2.0 tries to detach your account from all your friends and suppress your Virtual Life. Its really interesting to read out their FAQ It currently provide efficient killing of your Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and LinkedIn profiles, here is an abstract on what they do to your profiles --
  • Facebook
    • logging into your account
    • changing your password and your profile picture
    • excluding your account from public search
    • removing all email notifications
    • removing all your friends
    • removing all groups you were member of
    • removing all your wall posts (beta)
    • joining the group "Social Network Suiciders"
    • logging out
  • Myspace
    • logging into your account
    • removing all your friends
    • leaving a status message that you've comitted suicide
    • logging out
  • LinkedIn
    • logging into your account
    • changing your password and your profile picture
    • removing all your business connections
    • logging out
  • Twitter
    • logging into your account
    • changing your password and your profile picture
    • removing all people you follow
    • removing all your followers
    • removing all your tweets
    • logging out
So if you feel its getting up on you -- Commit NOW!


"The Suicide Machine is a clever Web site out of the Netherlands. Like taking that first step off the Golden Gate Bridge, once you click to start the process on the Suicide Machine, you can't stop it!"
--Los Angeles Times, January 2010