Treasuremytext is a website to which you can send SMSes you receive to create an SMS diary. Each SMS sent (by a member who ticked off “contribute to SMS log in their profile”) is shown briefly on the front page, anonymously, and fascinatingly.

Look at these — of course, they’re the ones people have selected to keep, and ones received by people who agreed to make them public, so it’s not a representative selection of SMSes, but just look: they’re almost all saying “I’m here. I love you.” I subscribed to the feed.

Just finished coaching workshop 3 hrs of coaching 2 night i love it all good
And I REALLY miss you When are you here as would love to meet up for dinner
That makes me sad and I am so sorry it has come to this as you have so much to offer this programme However you must do what is right for you Hope to see you soon as it has been too long since I saw your beautiful smile Still miss you favourite one Take care x
Hi monkey!!…..I miss you….When you think to came here?…..I want to see you!!……Now!!!…..
I promise i will be on my best behavior! Some of the time.
still love everything about you and find you unbelievablaly attractive
not funny just quite hard to know that you like someone so much but you can never be with them
trying to convince myself that there was nothing there but i still find myself thinking about you
night nimet . . . . i miss you
How about sorting that taxi out for next week? For real?
Ok smart arse when you are there then! And then i will fix your issues for you, all of them!
U have beautifull eyes
Dont ring ill b down bout halfpast babes
Me to hes just arrived txt u l8r baby
Nite nite xxx
Nite nite fat sexy bum.Txt u tomoz nite nite xxxx
Im home now baby got a bit of a headache.Wat u up to?
Oh rite i was just wondering thats all.Im gonna go sleep in a minute sexy bum
Ok nite nite sleep well.Luv u to xxxxxxxxxxx
Good morning sexy.Tell ste theres a customer here waiting

4 thoughts on “treasuremytext

  1. Alan

    Fascninating mixes and ollection of messages… FYI, the link to the main
    site in your post has a “feed://” protocal rather than “http://”

  2. Jill

    Thanks Alan, I fixed that 🙂

  3. Luca

    By the way keeping your SMS safe on a diary is quite common (at least here in Italy).
    What is cool here is what about our personal memory? Having logs of everything will change the way we look at our personal history/past?

  4. ben vershbow

    I feel that it would be more interesting if, rather than being a catch-all bin, the logs had some focus. Are you familiar with the City Chromosomes project? These guys are building a networked chronicle of the city of Antwerp, all by SMS. Site:

    Just posted about this on if:book – a blog run out of the Institute for the Future of the Book.

    The post can be found here:

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