How it works? Simply fill up the form, place your email (make sure the email you’ll place there is from a reliable email company like yahoo or gmail so you can at least get a hint that your email will still exist in, say 5 years). Type in the subject and the message. When doing this, think of yourself reading it again in 5 to 10 years from now. Then choose when you want to receive that email. The choices are 1,3,5,10 or 20 years. Forbes.com, Yahoo! Mail and Sprint hopes to have your email delivered in the specific year you requested.
It’s fun. It’ll both trigger your brain cells and your emotions while working on the email. Try it. By the way, you only have until Nov. 30, 2005 to do that.