SOURCE: Time Netsule

August 02, 2006 21:31 ET

Time Netsule's Internet Time Capsule Allows the Sharing of Sentiments Prior to Sending to the Future

SAINT JOHN, NB -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 2, 2006 -- Time Netsule, who recently launched its Internet Time Capsule, has implemented a free service allowing users to share their sentiments with friends before having them sealed into a time capsule for a chosen duration.

Each time a message is created, a unique message id is generated. This id can be shared with friends simply by specifying their email addresses during the submission process. The message is then accessible for seven days at which time it is sealed into the time capsule for the chosen duration. Time Netsule creator James Stewart stated, "We compare this to an e-card that keeps on giving. There is something captivating about the idea of sharing a message and then sending it to the future. People are very excited about it." The unique id also removes the problem of changing email addresses. "A notification will be sent out but if it doesn't make it users can still find their message using the unique id."

Time Netsule was developed by James Stewart, a Ph.D. student studying software engineering at the University of New Brunswick.

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