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US Postal Service plans a Steve Jobs commemorative stamp in 2015

Emily Price
02.20.14
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Soon you'll be able to celebrate the life of tech icon Steve Jobs in a new analog way: by sending snail mail. The U.S. Postal Service has approved a commemorative stamp honoring the Apple co-founder to be printed as part of a collectible series next year. Stamp subjects are traditionally kept a secret until just before printing to raise public demand, however, The Washington Post outed a list of upcoming mailbox-honorees Thursday. Other influencers set to be commemorated on your utility bills include Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, "Favorite Desserts," and Barrack Obama (potentially part of an artistic misspelled presidents series?). If you can't handle waiting to see what will show up in your mailbox, hit the source link for three years of salacious details.

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Source: Washington Post
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