A new free website allows you to leave your loved ones a “message for the future,” secured by personalized riddles that you create. 41Day.com is an innovative posting and retrieval service that allows you to choose when your messages will be available.
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Seattle, Washington – A new free website allows you to leave your loved ones a “message for the future,” secured by personalized riddles that you create. 41Day.com is an innovative posting and retrieval service that allows you to choose when your messages will be available.
Dino Sergiano, a seasoned entrepreneur, and Anil Singh-Molares, a former Microsoft business executive, incorporated 41Day.com in March 2006 in Seattle. For the past year, a development team has been building and testing the site. The site improves upon conventional email messages that can’t be guaranteed because people’s addresses, both physical and email, change over the years. However, you can retrieve your message anytime and anywhere on 41Day.com by entering your first and last names on the site’s homepage – and answering the “security riddles.”
The company coined the term “security riddle” for a question or series of questions that the sender creates for each receiver. “It adds some fun to the process while simultaneously protecting the privacy of your message,” says Singh-Molares. The security riddles established by the sender must be answered correctly in order to retrieve the posted message. You can leave increasingly intimate messages to loved ones or future generations by leaving a web of riddles that only your closest family and friends would know the answer to in order to unlock your messages. “It can be as easy or complicated as you wish. The riddles could guard a treasure map that you left for your child’s fiftieth birthday,” says Sergiano.
The site is free in celebration of its launch. You can post a future message to your friends or family by going to www.41Day.com and registering.