"I drank all the coffee on purpose, so you'd have make a new batch." That's the first missive I received from Leak, an anonymous email service, which is -- so far -- not as barbed (or arguably, as interesting) as what Secret's social stream has offered up. However, the web-based Leak requires no sort of registration. You type in your pent-up resentment, shy confession and send it to away. There's no reply option, you're just sending an anonymous message from the internet ether, tagged with your relationship to the sender: friend, co-worker, family, friend of a friend or simply, most mysteriously, "someone."