Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Gmail sticker fun

If you're like me, your official sticker collecting days ended with the 4th grade, but once in a while stickers can still elicit that same sweet nostalgic satisfaction. Recently, we created a bunch of Gmail stickers: there's a glittery Gmail m-velope, a bookplate-style sticker in three different designs (robot, computer, or...unicorn), and a sheet of keyboard shortcut stickers that will help you learn to manage your email without touching your mouse.

And they're yours -- as long as you request them the old fashioned way: snail mail. Send a a self-addressed stamped envelope (one per person) to:

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

If you're outside the United States, please include an international reply coupon. Otherwise, a regular $0.42 stamp on your return envelope is all you need.

*Our lawyers asked us to make sure it was clear that your contact information won't be maintained in any way and these stickers are "void where prohibited and only while supplies last."

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