"What would you say if you didn’t know that anyone was listening?"
Space Email is a communication experiment put forth by Shelby Smith. The premise is brilliantly simple; the interface is set up to look like a typical email system. Write a message, and it gets stored in the database. Every time you press refresh, a new message gets pulled from the archive.
To put it concisely, Space Email is a grab-bag of internetia. Heartfelt confessions are interspersed with chatspeak brevity and pop culture references; motivational speeches sit next to fart jokes and diary entry-styled logs. Refresh long enough, and you may be able to see stories emerge, told over series of messages by anonymous authors.
Do keep in mind that these emails can be sent by anyone, so some content might be offensive, triggering, or downright bizarre. That said, Space Email is a fascinating glimpse into the collective mind of the internet and the people who use it.