A new iPhone application called "Send a Prayer" allows users to enter personal prayers into their mobile phones, then send them to a rabbi in Jerusalem who will print the prayers out, and put them on the Western Wall (or Wailing Wall) in time for Yom Kippur, a major Jewish holiday.
On its homepage, "Send a Prayer" says the application is, "the only iPhone app that puts you directly in touch with God." (source)
I dunno, seems to take the whole point out of the Wailing Wall tradition. Call me crazy! Here's a link to the app's website.
And a video review of the app, which includes zero irony!