Friday Fun Link – MailFreezr (Oct 23, 2009)

MailFreezr is a service which allows you to send an e-mail message to anyone anytime between 1-100 years from now (er, assuming the site's around then – which, even for it to be there in a year, I'd say the odds aren't that great!  Plus who knows what technology will do in the next 5, 10, 50 or 100 years?)

Anyhow, here's the blurb from the site:

I had been looking through a suitcase of my late grandmother,
and found a sealed envelope in which there was a letter from ten years
ago.  She had written all her thoughts and comments about the
family. What beautiful words they were! I'll never be able to forget
them!

To uncover warm words from the past… There is something
romantic, unexplored and mysterious about them! Do you want to be able
to pass these fantastic feelings on to your folks?

Now it's truly possible to do so!

You do not have to worry that paper can deteriorate, that ink can
fade, or that a letter can be just lost among other papers…

Now everything is as easy as pie! Send an email to your folks which they will receive after scores of years!!! πŸ˜‰
Make a declaration of love, share your feelings, relate the story which you passed over in silence. Maybe you will expose a family skeleton, which will become revealed history for your descendants!

You may not be living, but your message will be delivered.

It will be like a voice from the past!

Prepare for it in advance πŸ˜‰

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