Fuzzmail is a kind of mailing service that records the act of typing a message and lets you send it as an email. So when the recipient sees the mail he can see the message in a kind of animated form, as if the message is being typed just now, Any typos, pauses and writeovers that you make are captured and communicated.
Here is a demo mail.
How do I use it?
Just go to www.fuzzmail.org and start typing a message and fuzzmail will record what you type. When you’re done, click “send” to stop recording and send your message. The recipient will get a private web link to read the message replayed in the way that you typed it. A copy of the Fuzzmail you wrote will be sent to you at your email address.
We created fuzzmail because we wanted a more emotionally expressive alternative to email, so that an emailed love letter does not have to look the same as a business letter.
I am not sure if fuzzmail makes the mail emotionally expressive but it sure is fun and I must admit there is an element of curiosity when you read the message. Since the message gets typed as you read it, and since we usually read faster than someone had originally typed, so the reader is kind of held in suspense as to what the sender is going to say next. The reader can control the speed at which the recording is played and a progress bar indicates how much of the recording has been played / left to play.
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