I can’t remember the last time I sent analog mail. Hell, I can’t remember the first time I sent one. Map Envelope makes me want to send one now. It lets you add a Google Maps image to the inside of an envelope, kind of like a visual address, along with a short message. Then you print the envelope, fold and paste it together and you’re good to go.
It’s easy to attach a Google Maps image to any email, but I doubt that would elicit as much of a smile from whoever gets it. Map Envelope is a free service, so go ahead and give it a try. Then cross your fingers and hope the post office doesn’t lose your snail mail on the way.