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FutureMe

FutureMe - send emails to into the future

Website - Cool Website

reviewed by ClifNotes on 28 Oct 2005

 

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This simple web service will send an email to anyone. It won't send it today, or tommorow, but it will send it years from now if you want it to. There is no signup required.

 

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what the heck is this now?

 

here's the story:

two fellas started this so that you could write yourself a letter to be delivered at a later date. we've all had to do them in high school and college. it's sorta cool to receive a letter from yourself about where you thought you'd be a year (two years? more?) later. FutureMe.org is based on the principle that memories are less accurate than emails. we strive for accuracy.