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Website of the Day: Notey

Passing secret notes on paper is a thing of the past with Notey, the website that lets you type in a secret message and password-protect it so that only your intended recipient(s) can open it. An interesting alternative to texting and email (and way more fun for secret agents), your message is stored for up to 30 days before it will self-destruct (or Notey purges it from its system). Take note though — you can't change the text once you save, so you'd better get it right the first time.

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