Despite fearing death, humans have always been weirdly obsessed with anticipating their final day on earth. Now in the agenda age, this morbid allure with admiration death has taken form in agenda death clocks. Death admission tools are often used as a joke, but some financial institutions, health organizations, and insurers are using its data as a life assumption calculator.

Now, there’s a death clock for the amount of time you’re crumbling on social media. Last year, the boilerplate daily usage of social media common was 2 hours 22 minutes, according to Statista. And that’s just a just a drop in the ocean compared to teens who spend an boilerplate of nine hours a day online

This is where “Social Media Death Clock” comes in. Created by software architect Anthony Morris, this Chrome addendum reminds users of their bloodshed as they waste time on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube. The addendum aims to remind you of your assured death, whenever that may be, and encourages people to spend less time online, and more time in the real world.

To find out when you’re most likely going to die, download the extension and add in your age. According to its prediction, I have 21,020 days left on earth and I’ve never felt stress like this. 


Once the plugin is installed, the social media icons of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube will be replaced with a skull and crossbones, and a admission of your predicted last day breathing. 


The addendum helps users convenance memento mori, the art of absorption on our mortality, abnormally as a means of because the vanity of life. According to Morris’ GitHub page, keepsake mori has been an important part of abstinent disciplines as a means of perfecting the appearance by cultivating disengagement and other virtues, and by axis the absorption appear the aeon of the soul and afterlife.

Being reminded of our approaching death allows us to reflect on the things we spend the most time on, and in most people’s cases, that’s social media. 

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