“You post about your kids and pets. You tweet about your travels and work. You upload videos of your dog playing in the latest snowpocalypse.  Your social sites chronicle the ups and downs, the loves and losses, the adventures and even the boredoms of your life. So what happens to all those digital tidbits when you die?  On Thursday, Facebook announced that it's allowing users to set up a ‘legacy contact' — a family member or friend who can manage a person's social account when they die.”