Do you remember about Dr. Jerry Linenger’s letter to his son? If you never heard him before, he’s an astronauts who trapped in MIR space station and cannot return to the earth. His letters to his son, John, were heart-felt, deeply moving story, and inspiring. In the past, Einstein’s letters to Roosevelt also inspired many people in the world. Now, you can also write your thought, via Bubbles web application.
This web application makes you possible to write your idea and thought, then store or share it via your social network account. If you don’t have self confidence to share it to other people, you can write a personal letter to be stored, who knows the letter will inspire you in the other day. Are you curious?
Visit this web application: http://bubbleideas.com/
First time visiting this web application, Bubbles will give you option to login via Facebook or other email account. You can also receive dialog boxes about whether you will publish your activity in this web application via social networks or not. If you don’t want other people know your activity in this web application, as usual, just click on “Only Me” on the option.
By selecting Publish Open letters option, then you’ll get feature which is similar to word processing, including option to ‘decorate’ the letter using picture, sticky notes, and drawing tools. Here you can freely arrange the ideas in your mind via virtual sheet.
You can modify, delete, and improve your note by attached image directly from other web page. Bubbles will automatically stored your works as draft and presented the status on the upper side of active window. On the upper right, there are options to save, publish or discard the note.
When you want to publish the letter, the screen will display your letter’s preview, which would be published. You can import contacts via popular email services such as Hotmail, Gmail and Yahoo. This letter can be sent directly to certain receiver. After you finished making letter, tag can also be added, also many variant to decorate this virtual letter on right below.
Through this web application, you can share your thoughts with friends or colleague. Maybe one day, your letters will inspire many people just like world’s figures whose letters become source of knowledge and insight for many people.