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Post Secret

10 Oct

Last night, Lola and I went to see Frank Warren of Post Secret give a little talk at the Barnes & Noble near Johns Hopkins.  He’s launching his latest book and is taking his tour on the road.  Before I tell you about it, I’d like to point out that it must be so wicked cool to go to school at Hopkins.  I went to college in a relatively small town in upstate New York.  We didn’t have cool places to go to, the only thing that we could do to pass the time is drink and hook-up.  Not that there’s anything wrong with that.  Still, it would have been nice to be able to walk out my front door and go to a good bookstore or trendy cafe.

For the 4 people in the world that have never heard of Frank Warren, or Post Secret, here’s a little background.  Frank started this project back in 2004.  He thought it would be an interesting project to distribute postcards to people, and ask them to write in their secrets and send them to him.  It’s been 3 years since he began, and he’s published 4 books and receives about 200 postcards every single day.

It’s an amazing project and I highly recommend that you check it out.  Really, go to Post Secret now and then just come back when you’re through.

Most of the multi-media presentations that he’s doing are being held at Barnes & Noble. If you have a chance to go, I highly recommend it.  You’ll get to learn about how he started the project, see postcards that didn’t make it in the book, and find out his biggest secret.

Security Clearance

10 Oct

Morning, peeps!  I’ve received a few emails from some of you wondering what the heck is up with the password protection.  This is merely a temporary thing for security precautions.  I fear that “they’re” on to me and that my true identity may have been compromised.  (Paranoid much?)

If you’re interested in getting the password, just leave a comment on the post and I’ll email it out to you.