Friday, July 13
The Internet has indeed broaden all our horizons and made our tiny little world ten million times bigger than our computer table (ok, i'm exaggerating quite a bit on that). But the fact is, it has also lessen the use of pen, paper or stationery and stamps. I don't know about you but it just pleases me a lot to get a mail from my postman. Ok not this kind of mail though. While blog hopping, I came upon this blog and found this post quite interesting from Jennifer (thanks Jennifer!) about Postcrossing. It is about sending and recieving postcards from all over the world. Once you register, you can get an address and a name, you send the postcard and then you wait till you get a postcard from anywhere in the world. Well I sent my first postcard to Japan and I have to wait till the other postcrosser receives it, after that my name will be given to anyone, anywhere. Your profile registers all the postcards you've sent and the kilometers/miles your postcrossing has covered. Check it out if you want to here. Happy Postcrossing!