Editors’ Blog

Call for Submissions: Postcrossing

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

By Chris Teja

Receiving a postcard is always a cool surprise. It’s always interesting to receive a small piece of a faraway location accompanied by a story. Unfortunately, up until now the only real way to receive a postcard is to know someone that happens to be visiting that place.

Enter Postcrossing, the new project that allows you to receive postcards from random locations worldwide. All you have to do is register with Postcrossing and start mailing postcards to the addresses they provide you with in order to start receiving cards from random locations. So why not sign up and start swapping your story with new friends from all over the world?

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5 responses

  1. jenny says:

    Postcrossing is a lovely thing to do - it’s so exciting both sending and receiving cards from it! I absolutely love it! I think it’s a genius idea :)

  2. Kaylene Fracchia says:

    Dear P&G;
    You give me yet another reason to avoid any of your products, just by your lack of moral concern about your environment and the people you fleece in the name of the almighty $DOLLAR$.
    You would prevent so much pollution from the residual effects making of these “Plastic Beads” to the accumulation of the beads that make their way to our water supply by replacing it with something biodegradable .
    How you continue to proffer off of the stupidity of the mass is shameful and embarrassing to all mankind you pretend to represent.
    You can resolve this problem sooner, you just do not want to because of the financial wheeling s and dealings you are so deeply involved in.

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