someone's email address that you don't know--just look on a search engine
or the bottom of a web page (or could be someone you do know).
to one of the virtual flowers servers (such as http://www.virtualflowers.com
and send them some flowers anonymously (just don't put your address when
it asks for it). For a message, put something like "I hope you have
a nice day. This has been a random act of kindness"
Note: If you do this, at least explain how you got their address. Send the
flowers in response to a good Web page or Usenet article, and tell them
that is why you are doing this. By
posting a web page or article, the people are implicitly
opening themselves to feedback on that subject.
However, by the simple fact that their address 'out there' people are not
necissarily interested in Random Mailings. To many, myself included, the
sanctity of their electronic home is not to be violated by unsolicited
corespondence (no matter how well intentioned).]