SOURCE: BigString Corporation

November 15, 2007 10:02 ET

BigString Launches Facebook Application That Enables Users to Send Messages and Photos Programmed to Self-Destruct

Part of BigString's Initiative to Develop Social Networking Messaging Applications Built Around the Company's Core Technology

RED BANK, NJ--(Marketwire - November 15, 2007) - A new application that enables Facebook users to send exploding messages and pictures that can be programmed to self-destruct at a specific time has been launched by BigString Corporation (OTCBB: BSGC). This new Facebook application is part of BigString's initiative to develop social networking messaging applications built around the company's core technology.

This application is based on BigString's self-destructing email feature. With it, senders can determine when and how their Facebook message disappears by choosing from more than 100 animations and effects, including fiery death, exploding emoticons, explosions, etc.

Darin Myman, president and CEO of BigString Corporation, stated, "We believe that the rapid growth of social networks such as Facebook are creating a large and important market opportunity for BigString's messaging technology. Our Facebook application will be the first of many that will adapt our patent-pending email technology for social networks."

About BigString

BigString Corporation, owner and operator of, is a provider of social networking messaging applications and user-controllable email services. In addition to permitting users to send recallable, erasable, self-destructing messages and video, Big String's patent-pending technology allows emails and pictures to be rendered non-forwardable, non-printable and non-savable before or after the recipients read them, no matter what email service provider is used.

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