Mopits.com Launches Death Messaging Service
Mopits releases a free service that allows users to store messages to be released after their confirmed death. The messages can be both private (emails & text messages) and public (Twitter© & Facebook©). Users can schedule the messages to be released minutes, days, months, or years after their death is substantiated. Registered users are given the ability to create as many messages as they wish, and they are able to edit or delete their messages at any time.
Death messaging is a system that sends messages and updates to intended parties or services after the user has died. For some, it may be a way to calm those who are grieving. For others, it may be their last chance to say something meaningful. Additionally, it can be a reminder of ones humor. Mopits offers users a chance to speak after their death.
Mopits.com is currently in live beta-mode and is now available for public use. The service is free and users are allowed unlimited messages.
Created in the summer of 2010, Mopits is a death messaging service developed by artist and author Ted Mikulski.
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