Road Trip 2010: On Saturdays, Frank Warren organizes and posts the secrets for his famous blog. CNET's Daniel Terdiman was on hand to witness the work thousands will see Sunday.
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On Road Trip 2010, CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman checked in with PostSecret's Frank Warren as he prepared his Sunday blog post.
The popular blog that lets people share their deepest, darkest thoughts announces it decided to close its iPhone app because of malicious postings.
Working late into the night on the floor of a Manhattan hotel, the founder of the hugely popular online secret-sharing project assembled dozens of new secrets for a new manuscript.
Frank Warren, who for four years has collected the world's secrets, is on tour with an exhibition of the most interesting ones he's gotten in the mail.
Frank Warren is touring with an art exhibition of postcards, letters, and even pounds of dark roast on which people have bared their souls to him.
Ariel's back on the mixing board as a married man, a mattress made for spooning, Amish hacking, and someone confessed to a murder on PostSecret!
The Web site eScapegoating lets you anonymously share your sins with the digital world. It's like PostSecret for the Yom Kippur set.
A PostSecret for snapshot fans, Torn Lives asks viewers to submit photos with missing pieces--and "complete" them with a short text.