my life there has been a mailbox at the edge of the property of my
home. When I was a kid, the first thing in the afternoon from school
getting off the bus was to walk to the mailbox, and get the mail and
walk it in to the kitchen and set it on the table.
the Stampâ„˘ is about saving money that is spent on stamps. It could also
be about communicating in a way that does not allow the chance that the
message is lost, not received or damaged, from sender to receiver.
the Stampâ„˘ is not about forgetting or replacing those mail pick and
delivery memories, nor the stamp licking process, or digging for that
last stamp in the drawer, but recalling where and why the stamp found
its way into my life. Without the stamp, the mail in the mailbox would
not have existed.
what is "Save the Stampâ„˘" ? It's about saving the taxpayer money and
providing a guaranteed electronic means for anyone to communicate with
another that is safe, trusted and secure.
the mail today those three things? I would say 99% of the time. That 1%
is how much junk mail we get today. That amount gets larger around the
holidays and was the advertisements we called, were those always junk?
Not really. It was always a great cost and pleasure to send recipients
catalogs and flyers of good things that were available and what was
going to occur in your town or city that you could enjoy. That same joy
continues today for the most part.
what is the electronic version of Save The Stampâ„˘? It's not about email
but in 1965 when email was first invented it was the right idea. Then
came spam and malware and viruses in our email. That 1% became more like