Stamps have been the same for almost 200 years. Now, they’re changing.
Internal mail is now usually instant. In the past, it was decidedly slow and uncertain. That was part of its charm.
June 2022. The day the browser died.
Postal orders, it turns out, are clinging on to life. The Night Mail, though? No.
2021 was going to be a much better year than the last one. Or so we told ourselves…
These machines came with no grammar correction, no spell checker, definitely no autocorrect, no language diplomacy. You needed to consider your choice of words carefully. After all, you only got one go.
We live in the days of “Damn you, Autocorrect!” Back in the 1990s, we had to press a key four times just to get a single letter.
I wonder why I am thinking of Consignia? Ah, the latest Post Office scandal wraps up in the High Court…
The busy signal told you something. Voicemail tells you a lot less.
Back in the spring, in the UK, we had our first lockdown to bring the coronavirus under control. We never dreamed we’d have another. That’s why we never gave StayAtHome a number. Until now.