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To read beautiful works of literature and ambitious non-fiction, or to only consume it on paper?
To correspond with people in an intimate and enriching way, or to only send those letters via the postal service?
I happened upon your Kickstarter page, in which you're launching a business based on connecting pen pals with each other, and was personally hooked: I've had pen pals my whole life! Pens Plus Pals is 100 percent a social media network -- the same as my mom’s quilting group or my dad’s bowling league.
As a '90s kid, I used various magazines' pen pal-connection services. One led to a man in Ghana mistaking me for an older woman, and proposing marriage. But we’d never consider comparing them to the Social Media juggernauts and I hope Pens Plus Pals can avoid that classification, too.
Content Header .feed_item_answer_user.js-wf-loaded . So I'm eager to hear: Are there enough people out there like me, who still love writing letters to strangers? Your pen pal, Jason Related: The Business Benefits of the Handwritten Letter Jason, I’m glad we both morphed from letter-loving tweens of the mid-'90s into adults with a passion for this vital but undervalued communication form. I could go to a bar and meet a suitable man or woman but that doesn’t stop people from using matching services for ease and comfort.I shared similar experiences growing up, with the glaring omission of any marriage proposals. People will pay for things that they perceive as valuable, have a clearly defined set of what they consider "perks", and have amazing support and engagement. So being a Pen-Member means more than the initial match (or unlimited matches), it offers Pen Perks along the way including replenishing stationery and gifts every quarter, a T-shirt, invites to community events and prompts from a dedicated Pen-Mentor to keep the creative juices flowing.In the case of Pens Plus Pals, we’re using some of the planet’s oldest tools and communication methods and somehow still managing to be “disruptive” about it. My hunch, and please hit me back with your impression and instincts, is that in our over-digitized world, more and more people find themselves disenchanted or left behind. They're more related in your mind, I suspect, than they are in mine.Because here's what I always think when people romanticize the old against the new: What's more important: to do the ?