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PostSecret is an ongoing community mail art project, created by Frank Warren, in which people mail their secrets anonymously on a homemade postcard. Select secrets are then posted on the PostSecret website, or used for PostSecret's books or museum exhibits. The concept of the project was that completely anonymous people decorate a postcard and portray a secret that they had never previously revealed. No restrictions are made on the content of the secret; only that it must be completely truthful and must never have been spoken before. Entries range from admissions of sexual misconduct and criminal activity to confessions of secret desires, embarrassing habits, hopes and dreams. PostSecret collected and displayed over 2,500 original pieces of art from people across the United States and around the world between its founding on January 1, 2005 and 2007.

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I LOVE POST SECRET. For me, it's like opening the art section of the newspaper on a Sunday morning. Originally it was a book, and now turned to the internet (because that's how projects and things and even PEOPLE survive). The layout is great, it is ad free, and it promotes discussions about suicide, mental health issues, racism. That's functionality people. It's easy to use, not only do you get to see into people's thoughts, they get to see what they create with a piece of mail. Great site to get lost in.
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The best way to keep a secret is to share it with everyone on the internet.

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