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Apologies for the nostalgia, but did you know there’s a thingy on PostSecret that now allows you to post a specific postcard directly to your blog? (Pinterest, twitter, facebook, and reddit too, but I don’t care so much about those) It’s pretty snazzy.
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This is the last week of secrets in 2011 from PostSecret. Yes, that’s a year’s worth of secrets from the site (around 2000) saved, spread throughout 12 folders.
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Probably one of the quickest decisions I’ve made. The PostSecret App ($1.99) basically allows you to write and share secrets online via iPhone or iTouch (a version for the Android is in progress). One of the main things they’ve ensured is total anonymity, though there is the option to include your location, be it vague or not. It’s pretty damn nifty from what I’m seeing, but knowing how PostSecret has already affected countless lives already as an ongoing community project, I’m curious as to how this branch of it will affect others.
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On PostSecret, a reply was posted:
It seems I found mine 17 years ago, but neither of us realised it until a year ago. And then suddenly it was the right place, right time, and the right person. :)
it’s been a while since i’ve gone to barnes and noble, but here’s some i found in the postsecret books that i hadn’t posted.
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