Postsecret Confessions - How to Download PostSecret Archives
PostSecret Blog invites people to share secrets anonymously. Your secret can be a regret, fear, betrayal, desire, confession or childhood humiliation. Be brief. Be legible. Be creative. You need to write (illustrate) your secret on a 4x6 postcard and send it by snail-mail (not email) to PostSecret.
Every single secret posted on PostSecret is riveting. It's our turn to Post A Secret.
I use Google Images for downloading postcard images of secret online confessions that are posted on Post-a-Secret website. A search for PostSecret OR "Post Secret", on Google Images shows some three thousand postsecret images. I use CustomizeGoogle and Flashgot extension to build a gallery of these postsecret images and batch download them with Flashget.
Frank Warren, who started the PostSecret blog as part of his interest in interactive art, says he doesn't know what to expect each day when he checks his mail. Each day, 40 or 50 more postcards arrive in his mailbox. Though the Postsecret website (postsecret.blogspot.com) receives millions of hits, Frank has decided to keep postsecret.com free of advertisements. Postsecret.com domain is already registered by Frank which redirects to postsecret blogspot.com
Warren posts some follow-up e-mails from participants who tell how PostSecret has changed their lives. One, included in the new book, was sent by a woman who wrote six secrets, but decided to leave them on her boyfriend’s pillow at the last minute instead of sending them. The next day, her boyfriend walked into her work and proposed to her, and she said yes.
The PostSecret images are now available in a book (Postsecret: Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives) containing the most requested secrets from the website and some that have never been posted before.
PostSecret blog is unique, creative and very thought provoking. Do you have a secret to share? Send it anonymously on one side of a 4-inch-by-6-inch post card to PostSecret, 13345 Copper Ridge Road, Germantown, MD 20874-3454.
Try the PostSecret Google Images trick by clicking here.
Watch some excellent PostSecret Slideshow movies on Internet Archive Website:
PostSecret: The Art and Nature of Secrets - This montage comes from secrets that have been mailed into PostSecret.com. It was created by Andrew Volk from the website created by Frank Warren. (QuickTime 26 MB Movie)
PostSecret This montage comes from secrets that have been mailed into PostSecret.com. It was created by Andrew Volk from the website created by Frank Warren. (PostSecret Quicktime 76MB Movie)
Gabriel Jeffrey and Adam Bregenzer maintain another PostSecret like website called group hug // anonymous online confessions grouphug.us