Announced yesterday, Google will release Gmail Custom Time. Users will now be able to send messages with a custom time stamp. This feature will be great when forgetting to send that special someone a cheap e-card, or when you forget to tell your boss about
your fishing trip I mean your planned-for-months family event.
According to Google’s website, they will utilize an “an e-flux capacitor to resolve issues of causality.” Also, mentioned is the Grandfather paradox, but that does not seem like too much of an issue since you can only send an email up to four years ago.
User will only get 10 Custom Time emails per year, however. Google has done extensive research to discover that if people started sending more than ten Custom Time emails per year, everyone else would lose faith in accuracy of the time stamp. The complex equation is explained below for our more left-brained visitors: