I delighted when a surprise package arrived in the post from postmood.com. The CEO of Postmood.com, Alex contacted me asking for my address as he wanted to send me something. I forgot about this until I came in from tidying the garden to find a nicely packed shiny silver envelope by the door with my name and address on.
The CEO of Postmood.com, Alex Sass contacted me asking for my address as he wanted to send me something. I forgot about this until I came in from tidying the garden to find a nicely packed shiny silver envelope by the door with my name and address on.
I opened the package to find a portrait of a little cartoon character holding a heart, a postcard with the same character on, two packets of mini jelly beans and a silver metal credit card featuring a logo and the company’s website address and phone number on the back.
What is postmood.com?
PostMood is a company owned by and run by a small team in the UK who all have a background in social media, technology, and design. The website is coded by Harry Spink and the graphics by Adam, Pat Scullion, and Christine Oliver. PostMood.com is managed by Alex Sass, a social media engineer with 20 years experience.
How does PostMood work?
PostMood uses some very clever artificial intelligence and machine-learning tools. The primary system analyses your personality how you come across is linked up to the IBM Personality Insights Service. PostMood.com is the first company in the world to use this form of emotional text classification in a comprehensive mood study, linked up to self-reporting and physical fitness data.
How do I log into PostMood.com?
All you have to do is go to www.PostMood.com then log in with your Facebook account
You are then given the option to choose your mood from Totally Happy, Kinda Happy, OK, a bit sad and very sad.
Once you have clicked on one of these, a dashboard will appear with your personality analysis, a mood tracker and a diary. There is also some challenge messages which you can take part in such as “Hum your favourite tune. Go on, do it out loud.”
There is also a privacy score which will tell you the number of Facebook posts that are public and who is viewing them.
The personality report shows how your personality compares across in the posts you make online to the PostMood average.