Handsets get taken to the grave
More people than ever are asking to be buried or cremated with their mobile phones when they die, say researchers.
The trend, which began in South Africa, has now spread to a number of countries, including Ireland, Australia, Ghana, and the US.
I'm not sure why I found this bit of necrotic technophilia so funny -- I should have seen it coming a long time ago.
It's like a corrupted version of Rudy Rucker's "lifebox" concept, which I describe here.