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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Get an E-mail in 2036 with FutureMe

FutureMe takes the classic write-your-future-self-a-letter idea into the Internet era with write-your-future-self-an-email. It's a neat idea useful for reminders if you tend to be forgetful or busy at the moment. It can also be good as a sort of time capsule.

By default, the email is private, but you can make it public too. You can even schedule delivery up to 2036 so your future self in 30 years might get a surprise in his or her inbox. Make sure you choose an address that you think will still be active if you do that though (gmail, yahoo, etc.).



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