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Send A 'Last Letter' From The Afterlife To Your Loved Ones


So you've shuffled off this mortal coil before you could stutter out all the things you wanted to say to your loved (and unloved) ones? That's a shame... and there's no postal service or email in Heaven or Hell. Not even hotmail - even from the underworld. What to do?

"Last Letter" is a free Japanese service that lets you record custom-addressed last messages at a dedicated website, there to be stored until the day life's hourglass runs out of sand.





Members are given access to a personal page at the Last Letter website where they can compose and archive their messages - photos and videos can be included - and a sending time can be scheduled in advance.

The service kindly notifies each recipient 3 days in advance that they will be getting a message on their cellphone from the dearly departed, so as not to completely freak them out, which is nice. (via Vizlead)

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Steve Levenstein
J A P A N O R A M A
InventorSpot.com

Comments
Feb 12, 2010
by Anonymous

Send A 'Last Letter' From The Afterlife

It's funny how different languages are from the East and West. Over here, we call this a will.

Mar 2, 2010
by Anonymous

How does the website get to

How does the website get to know that you've died