PixelLetter

pixelletter

Do you have relatives that haven’t quite transitioned to the email world yet? If so, you might want to try out PixelLetter which turns any PDF or online created letter into the good old paper snail mail and delivers it to anyones rustic mailbox for a small fee. At first you might say “why”, but then again, we live in a world where the crappy quality of a fax machine still rules for odd reasons even though I send and receive using my laptop. Hand written letters are always great to receive, but perhaps you’ll be getting handwritten letters in you inbox soon ;) . Anyhoots, a friend and I had this idea with a bit of a twist last year, so there goes that idea! One day all communication devices will talk to each other. Fax machines, emails, snail mail, text messages, IM’s, voicemail,  post it notes, voice IM’s, etc.

4 Responses to “PixelLetter”

  1. Drinking Liberally - Brokekid.net Says:

    [...] PixelLetter is sort of a backwords idea, but looks like a lot of fun…I may sign up just for the hell of it. …[it]turns any PDF or online created letter into the good old paper snail mail and delivers it to anyones rustic mailbox for a small fee. At first you might say “why”, but then again, we live in a world where the crappy quality of a fax machine still rules for odd reasons even though I send and receive using my laptop. Hand written letters are always great to receive, but perhaps you’ll be getting handwritten letters in you inbox soon… [...]

  2. Sean Says:

    So I get to pay a fee instead of using my printer?

    Who says there isn’t foolish money investing online….

  3. tango! Says:

    we’ll, it’s more the fact that you dont hav to go buy a stamp, walk to the post office, lick an envelope, etc…. small things go a far way at times, and the cost of ink for a printer is pretty$ actually. I thinkn this is more for those that have little time and prefer to do everything digitally though their receivers like it physically. Be cool if they could mix up the service with what moo.com did with flickr. if they did, i’d go send tons of holiday cards, each with different pics and messages perhaps.

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