I have turned Digital, but Analog is so nostalgic. It sometimes brings a smile to my face and I know that the handwritten message means so much more.
- In a Digital World, Handwritten Communication is King (moo.com)
- Life is So “Unscripted” Anymore (kathleenwcurry.wordpress.com)
- Using a pen helps us discover thought – but the writing’s on the wall | Andrew Brown (theguardian.com)
In our digital age, we interact with new technologies each day, yet some of us also pine for the past: we cherish handwritten things and value — even fetishize — physical objects. Posts like “Diaries and Connections to the Past” and “Found Objects and Books” reveal a collective nostalgia.
Consider a diary hidden in a shoebox. Postcards from your best friend, traveling around the world. Or a stack of letters from a secret lover. We view messages crafted by hand as more personal and meaningful — check out Cristina Vanko’s handwritten texts as modern-day snail mail. Words from our pens stand the test of time, and are viewed as more intimate — and meant to be shared and carefully considered by you, the reader.
PostSecret: Now on WordPress.com
We’re happy to announce that PostSecret, founded by Frank Warren, has made its home on WordPress.com as one of our newest
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