Gmail stickers add some glitter to snail mail

by edwin - on December 8th, 2008

Surprisingly after being so long in the market, Gmail is still in beta version. Still, that has not stopped millions of people jumping onto the Gmail bandwagon with its unique user interface that relies more on labels instead of folders to organize your daily deluge of mail. What happens when you take something from Web 2.0 and turn the clock back by a few decades? Why, you’ll end up with Gmail stickers, of course! These stickers come in the form of a standard Gmail envelope, complete with glitter for added effect. In addition, you also get one of three bookplate style stickers that can be stuck on anything else you fancy, while a cheat sheet of keyboard shortcut stickers are meant to help break your dad into Gmail’s shortcuts. If you’re interested in picking these stickers up, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to :-

Send me some Gmail stickers already
P.O. Box 391420
Mountain View, CA 94039-1420

Kindly ensure there is enough postage to return a sticker pack via U.S. mail. It tips the scales at less than one ounce, so a standard $0.42 stamp will do just fine if you’re residing in the US, otherwise folks living outside of the US can enclose an international reply coupon (IRC).

Source: The Official Gmail Blog

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