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Facebook’s Midnight Message Delivery Lets You Usher in a Spammy New Year

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Be the first to greet your friends and spam the heck out of their inboxes on New Year’s day! If greeting the people closest to you when the ball drops is something you’ve always done every year, then you might find Facebook Stories’ new Midnight Message Delivery service useful.

The service lets you send a special message to your chosen recipients at 12:00am on January 1st, 2013 in their local timezone. No need to send mass SMS or be at your laptop on New Year’s ever because you can draft up your messages right here, right now so you can spend the last hours of 2012 actually celebrating it instead of fussing over greetings.

Just pin the Facebook Stories app to your wall, create lists of people you want to send New Year greetings to, and bang out your message.

In other words, Facebook has made it easy for you to spam your friends and annoy countless others with automated and scheduled deliveries. But hey, it’s the New Year – you probably won’t be on Facebook anyway!

[via Ubergizmo]