Share Your Secrets With the World Wide Web, Anonymously, Of Course
If you’ve never seen a PostSecret book by Frank Warren, you’re missing out… because they really are works of art. However, as lovely as the published versions of anonymous secrets may be, there’s something about the official PostSecret website that is that much more entrancing. Maybe it’s because it’s instant, maybe because it’s free, maybe because it is literally limitless in its ability to be viewed by strangers all over the globe—or maybe it’s all three of those factors?
You can spend hours scrolling through the anonymous submissions of secrets on this webpage, and perhaps most significantly, you can submit your own for consideration. The range varies from light and humorous to utterly despairing and heartbreaking, so be prepared to laugh, ponder, and perhaps even cry.
There are some things we can’t tell anybody, so it feels good to be able to tell everybody anonymously.