Don't mistake Posterous as another micro-blogging service, it is much, much bigger than that. There are no limits to what you can do with it and there are seemingly no limits to what you can post to it – photos (auto resizing), audio files and links, documents and video (auto conversion)… You could use it as a simple blog, or as a day-to-day "lifestreaming" service that can automatically post to other popular social media services such as Flickr, Twitter and Facebook, and does fully support the use of custom themes which truly sets it apart from the rest, and this is what this post focuses on – The best free to use Posterous themes.
If you would like to develop your own themes or would just like to edit an existing one, this guide will explain how: Custom Themes – Posterous for Developers →
One of the worst kept secrets about Posterous is that you can and are allowed to install Tumblr themes. As Tumblrs evolution has been longer they do have a bigger selection and better variety of amazing themes you could use. Download Official Tumblr Themes →
About the author…
This article has been written by Jiri Nadvornik, he is a student of ČVUT in the Czech Republic, he loves Python and Django and he occasionally works for posterous.smartcode.cz. You can follow him on twitter here: @nadvornix.