Send a message from beyond the grave

New 'digital time capsule' service stores, sends wishes at future date

Sean Wee decided to start Zinnia Afternote after losing his grandmother, who died at the age of 88 last year, to liver cancer. He last spoke to her in February last year.
Sean Wee decided to start Zinnia Afternote after losing his grandmother, who died at the age of 88 last year, to liver cancer. He last spoke to her in February last year. PHOTO: SEAN WEE

Philip Tay is a man living on borrowed time.

A decade ago, he had prostate cancer and went for surgery to remove his prostate gland.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on April 08, 2018, with the headline 'Send a message from beyond the grave'. Print Edition | Subscribe