Hit Me Later: Do we really need it?

Imagine having a web service that allows you to forward emails and have them resend back to you in the future. Do you think you have any good use for it?

Hit Me Later

I receive hundreds of emails every day and yet I don’t think Hit Me Later can help me in any way. I can easily flag important emails or add reminders on Microsoft Outlook.

Why should I use web services such as Hit Me Later to remind me about my important emails when I can easily do that right from my own desktop?

Look, if you have any better ideas or suggestions for Hit Me Later, feel free to send them to Philip Kaplan at the following address. For your information, HitMeLater Dot Com is registered to his name.
731 Market St., 5th Floor
San Francisco, California 94103
United States
Email: pkaplan@gmail.com

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