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Holiday Greeting Geekage

Using Paperless Post for the office holiday greetings this year.  I’ve dabbled with it since seeing a review of the site a while back (in the N.Y. Times?) and used it for a couple of small invitations, but this was the first large “mailing.”  So far so good, and certainly more affordable than snail mail.  I know I love getting paper cards, and love the collections on the walls and shelves of other people’s offices, but I think with this site e-cards are finally crossing over into the “classy” range.

Chuck posted this on Monday, December 21, 2009 at  11:06 am.   Make the second comment. 

One Response to “Holiday Greeting Geekage”

  1. Alma says:

    Thanks for the link to Paperless Post. I’d never seen it before. Much nicer, and “classier”, than Evite.com, although I’ve had fun using that site too.
    I like to receive cards as well, and decided to go w/paper cards this year in order to send offline family members (like great-grandmas) a bunch of photos at once. Maybe by next year, we’ll send the pretty Paperless Post cards to most of our mailing list but just send a couple of paper copies, instead of the other way around.

    Merry Christmas!

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