Gmail Paper Card

Jan 23, 2015 - 7:45 am 0 by
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Gmail Paper Card

Back on April Fools Day in 2007, Google had a April Fools Day prank around Gmail that they would deliver your emails via snail mail, USPS postal service. You can learn more about it over here.

Richard Hay from Google actually has a memento from that prank, a paper card promoting this Gmail service. I am not sure how this came about, if it was from 7+ years ago or something more recent, but Richard did point out:

Goes against the paperless office push

Richard posted this on Google+.

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