June 08, 2007

Site of the Week: FutureMe

Featured recently on NPR's Weekend Edition, FutureMe is a simple site, with a simple idea - write an e-mail to yourself and have it delivered at some future time. If you have an amazing day and want to remind a future you of how truly wonderful it was in that moment, send yourself an e-mail. Conversely, if things are really bad right now, and you're hoping that in a year or two they will be better, and you want to see how far you've come - jot it down and send it. Version 2.0 of the site, released in early 2007, allows registered users to send e-mail to other people in the future as well.

One neat option that provides lots of entertainment, is that users have the option of making their e-mail public (though remaining anonymous), so that others can browse through them. A book of some of the best ones is going to be released in the fall. FutureMe is Cozi's pick of the week for a site that might be of interest to families using the Cozi free online family calendar.


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