Getting a letter in the mail brings upon a wave of emotion that doesn’t quite compare to what you feel when you get a new message in your inbox. This is something San Francisco artist Ivan Cash is well aware of, so he came up with the Snail Mail My Email project back in 2011 where he basically wrote and sent out emails people sent in to their intended recipients.
Nobody likes a snoop. But if you’ve somehow managed to come up with a reason to justify why you need to go snooping into someone else’s mail, then this little can of Envelope X-ray Spray might help you out.
Have you ever kind of thought that someone really didn’t give a crap about you, and then were surprised when you learned it was true? I think that there are lots of people out there on AT&T feeling that way about now.
This new device was commissioned by the United States Postal Service in order to hunt down some of the inefficiencies in their mail delivery process. Developed by California’s TrackingTheWorld, the gadget is slipped inside of a letter, and tracks the precise journey of an individual piece of mail.
The LetterLogger is small enough to be concealed inside of a standard #10 business envelope, yet contains sophisticated GPS and motion-sensing technology which can record every movement along the letter’s travels.