Well guess what? Gmail developer Jon Perlow has developed a program that serves as a kind of sobriety test for hitting that Send button. It’s called Mail Goggles, and you can set it to come on whenever you’re trying to send a message during those witching hours after midnight. It will then make you jump through a few hoops before allowing that message to go out–basically a series of math problems designed to confuse drunk minds.
Ugh. If only we’d had this a few years ago, it would have saved us from saying many regrettable things to many regrettable tricks.
If you’ve got Gmail, click here to install the thing.
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