A new, national project is putting a digital-age twist on an old idea: the time capsule.

This year, through the help of Messages to the Future, a nonprofit organization formed to implement the project, students will be preserving their memories not in a box in the ground, but in cyberspace.

"This project will give tens of thousands of young people all across America the opportunity to preserve their feelings and their thoughts, to document their experiences, their expectations at this very special point in time—the end of a century and the beginning of a millennium," said the project's founder, Stephen Van Hecke.



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