Postcard Popcorn is a small side project that just launched. It’s a curated collection of old postcards spanning the past 100 years or so. The collection was purchased from an antiques dealer at the super neat Avenue Antiques store, in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
There’s a total of 2,618 postcards in the collection. About half of them are blanks that were never written on or sent. I’ve only got 20 or so in there as of this post, but will be working on it in December to get everything in there.
Each featured postcard contains a transcription of the message, and Editor’s notes.
I spent most of this Thanksgiving break on creating the responsive grid-based website, and a bit of OAuth twitter goodness for twitter comments.
I went with a responsive layout because – let’s be real – it’s the lazy version of dedicated device solutions. Did all the major viewports, but come on. Like they said at the Smashing Mag conference: