Fuzzmail is a web based email utility that tries to add
emotion to the text of an email. Fuzzmail sends emails that
capture the text the way it was typed, letter by letter, letting
the reader see all the corrections the writer made to the email,
from beginning to end.
The format of the system is similar to that of an online greeting card, but with no disappointing music, no
primitive graphics, only the text. It was created by Hayes Raffle and
Dan Maynes-Aminzade at the MIT Media Lab, both of whom have been
involved in other multiple outside the box projects.
- According to wertperch: Fuzzmail doesn't recognise the Phoenix browser. Bastards.
- According to XWiz: Fuzzmail doesn't support Apple's new browser Safari, either. :(