Users can schedule the messages to be released minutes, days, months, or years after their death is substantiated.
Wethersfield, CT (PRWEB) September 29, 2010
Mopits.com has launched 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.
Hundreds of death messages have been created and stored already with the majority of them pertaining to users Facebook accounts. The service has been in private beta since August, 2010 but is now open to the public.
Mopits.com was developed by artist and author Ted Mikulski. The idea itself originated from an idea for conceptual art. It was then developed for public use. There is no payment required and users have unlimited freedom with the messages they create.
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.
Mopits.com is live as of September 28th, 2010. The site is self-funded and developed by a small staff in Wethersfield, Connecticut.