Everyone can be discontented if he ignores his blessings and looks only at his burdens. ~Thomas S. Monson
Question #92668 posted on 10/02/2019 10:42 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

When/why did The Board die?

- Remembers the golden days

A:

Dear Remembrance,

Uh, it hasn't?

~Apparently ghostly Anathema

A:

I'm sorry.

The Board can't come to the phone right now.

Why?

Oh! Because it's dead!

Oh! Look what you made me do, look what you made me do, look what you just made me do look what you just made me do...

-T. Swift

A:

Dear golden oldie,

If your question is about when the physical Board was taken down in the Wilkinson Center, it seems that would have been 2005:

"The physical home of the board in the Wilkinson Center was disbanded in 2005 so writers could devote all their efforts to the online version."
(source)

If your question regards the Board as a whole, it seems that the Board is immortal, and we are the ones that die. Once a year, we are all allowed to pass back over the the land of the living and do our best to celebrate and answer all the questions that are placed on the ofrenda.

-Inklings

A:

Pod 153 to reader:

Analysis: Human server "100 Hour Board" appears to be actively receiving continued traffic from anonymous readers. Despite comparative age, said server appears to be fully operational. 

Report: The intended meaning of query #92668 is unclear. Additional data is recommended to provide suitable parameters for further analysis.

End report.

- Pod 153

A:

Dear you,

They died not long after their inception. They were simply too perfect for this world. But because the world was much in need of them, for as the freshman and never-BYU-ers alike were desperate for their advice, they were permitted to share their inspiring (and admittedly sometimes odd) answers from the glorious beyond. As each writer has said, they have never come as close to the divine as when they are answering questions, for indeed the 100 Hour Board exists in the life hereafter. 

-g.o.d.