Gmail Sending Emails to the Past
Google has not perfected time travel, at least from what we know. Gmailers, however, were temporarily convinced Google broke through the time vortex by promoting a new feature dubbed Custom Time that let users alter the timestamp of an email sent, tricking receivers into thinking they’ve had the message sitting in their inbox all along. Once reading the service “utilizes an e-flux capacitor to resolve issues of causality (see Grandfather Paradox)” we caught onto the Back to the Future quip and knew there was no real quick fix for sending out job reports or term papers late.
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