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Spring break essential: send custom postcards from a computer or phone


 We go way back: Postcards were patented in the U.S. in 1861.

Impress your friends with postcards you create on HazelMail, the app that rules the modern postcard world.

Buying postcards and figuring out where to get stamps in a foreign country is sometimes an adventure; but I bet if you could get more beach time in by uploading your digital pics to a web site, grabbing a couple of mailing addresses from your e-mail account having the web site send physical postcards out for you, you’d be into it.

And I bet if you could do all that from your iPhone or Blackberry (even easier!) you might even have time for that second mai tai. HazelMail.com offers this service for $1.50 to anywhere. Love it!

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