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Leave a note for the year 2025

Monday, November 07, 2005

Forbes.com can lets you create a "e-mail time capsule" that will automatically email you in up to 20 years later. Surprise you in the future.
The E-Mail Time Capsule

Most time capsules involve cramming stuff into a metal box and burying it in a hole in the ground. It's a method that works --but it's so primitive. What if you could write an email to yourself, and be assured of receiving it twenty years in the future? That's what we've done with this email time capsule. Simply fill out the fields below, decide how long you want the capsule to be sealed for, and hit send. We'll do our best to make sure the message gets delivered. Read More>>

Also Futureme.org can send you your email after 30 years
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