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Transcript of Postcossing
big wave of people joining. When?.. It’s a fun to recieve postcards:)
The element of surprise of receiving postcards from different places in the world
Finding new friends
Great platform for cultural exchange
Educational purposes (?) Why is it so popular?.. The site has members from Who are they? O_o P.S. Thanks to my dear groupmate for this idea. Postcrossing is an online project that allows its members to send and receive real postcards from all over the world.
The project's tag line is "send a postcard and receive a postcard back from a random person somewhere in the world!” What?.. Some statistics... Statistics of sent postcards by month Educational?.. In fact many school
English and geography classes) have joined with the teachers helping students join the web site to receive and send postcards from all over the world. different genders
even from all ages. Perhaps the only major characteristic is that it is most popular with females, who make up approximately 80% of the members.
But there are also have young school kids (who are helped by their parents) taking part, to senior members who are life long postcard collectors. I want to get it right now!.. http://www.postcrossing.com/ Push here :) Some video manuals.. aaaaaaand..... It's a language practice
^_^ Postcrossing has
over 365,000 members
in 215 different countries
who had exchanged over 15 million postcards
that have traveled over 78.8 billion kilometers (in order) in the United States, Russia, China, Taiwan, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Finland, Belarus, Ukraine and Brazil.
Most Postcrossers reside in North America, Europe, and East Asia.
Of particular note, Postcrossing is popular in eastern European and former-Soviet states. The highest concentration of Postcrossing members reside... As of January 2012, more than a quarter of the combined total of postcards were sent from Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine.