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Mailbox Psychology

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Heather Roy

30 March 2018

A mailbox tells you a lot about its owner. It becomes obvious when delivering mail – or in my case flyers. Mailboxes, I’ve decided, are an excellent study in human psyche and behaviour.

Mailboxes and I have history. Delivering flyers (into mailboxes obviously) is a rite of passage in politics. Those interested in a political career start off by delivering flyers for their party. It’s an exercise in humility, which is quite a good thing for those with political aspirations. The next step is progressing to door knocking and handing over the flyer in person. This sorts the sheep out from the goats and not all pass the test. Those that do can go on to have good careers in politics. There are of course the few that parachute into prime positions in political parties without experiencing this particular rite of passage. My experience is…

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What happened to Myspace?

MySpace is so yesterday that I cannot find anyone writing about it after 2014.

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The first time I ever made some sort of profile on the internet was when I made a Piczo account when I was in the 7th grade. Piczo was a blogging website that was made for teens, in which each individual could customize their page with the tools given and put information about themselves, their likes, pictures, etc. I remember that Piczo was extremely popular in my Middle School and almost everyone had it. A few months later, the hype of Piczo eventually died down and a lot of people my age started joining the world of Myspace.

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I remember visiting my abandoned Myspace a few months ago and feeling a bit nostalgic, although a bit embarrassed at the stuff my 14th year old used to put up back then. I couldn’t help but think that it was sort of like looking through a scrapbook or yearbook of some sort…

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