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ralph124c
08-04-2004, 06:34 AM
Given the often-irrational belief that the dead can contact the living (witness the tremendous success of charlatans like Jonathan Edward), I would have thought that the ethernet would have provided an opportunity for communication. After all, if the dead can move stuff around, surely they can cause a few lines of text to appear on a computer monitor>
Has anyone gotten an email from a dead relative? How about on-line seances..we don't need darkened rooms anymore..are there any on-line psychics?
This looks like a fertile field to investigate..are there websites for mediums? :eek:

Revtim
08-04-2004, 07:28 AM
This would be most easily faked "medium" (heh) of spiritual communication ever. All you need is a background process programmed to make these words appear, and even respond to people. Heck, these background processes are often called "daemons".

jjimm
08-04-2004, 07:38 AM
Boo!

Papermache Prince
08-04-2004, 08:33 AM
It will probably surprise no one that a service to provide "emails from the dead" already exists. Final Partings.com (http://finalpartings.com/)Welcome to FinalPartings.com
Death comes to all of us. It can take you anytime, and anywhere.
Do you have feelings or secrets that you would like to tell?
Final Partings provides to you, the ability to send your pre-written personal messages by email or postal mail after your death. You may send a message to a distant old friend or to a loved one close by. Imagine the emotional relief of knowing that your message will be shared in private to the right person at the right time. Unlike handwritten messages, you will also feel secure in knowing that those messages written using Final Partings will not be found by the wrong person or at the wrong time.
They seem serious about it. To retrieve a message:
1) You must mail to Final Partings a Certified copy of the message writer's Death Certificate along with a Notarized copy of the "Retrieval Document"
2) Once we receive the above documents the message will be released via email or postal mail.