Stopper Postcard Measures Delivery Speed While Stressing Out Postal Workers
Mar 16, 2009 15:07
Just how long does it take that postcard to get from A to B? The Stopper postcard can tell you, all while adding yet another layer of stress onto the backs of today's postal workers.
Sure, it's a somewhat interesting little novelty item to us, but to the postman it's a constant reminder of just how behind he is on his route. It also kind of looks like a small incendiary device with a timer. Good thing it's counting up.
Don't be surprised if the recipient of a Stopper postcard calls to tell you the little LCD screen was somehow "lost in the mail." [Dag-designlab via OhGizmo]
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