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Sleep.FM brings social networking to the alarm clock -- forgets to ask why?

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
December 12, 2007
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Unless you're waking to a playlist, you're likely subjecting yourself to a constant AM rehash of the same alarm drudgery. The kind of fitful start which makes any netizen long for the gray and death-accented cubicle release of work. Enter Sleep.FM, "the social alarm clock." The beta service allows your friends and family to record custom audio alarms which playback on your PC or other Internet enabled device. "Honey I've left, and I took the kids," has never been so arousing. Tear-jerker of a demonstration after the break.

[Via The Red Ferret Journal]







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