Filed under: Text, Utilities
1HRmail is a beautiful, slick, and modern website, which lets you do something that is very old school: send a snail mail letter.
You start off by specifying the addresses (both yours and the destination). You then click “Write Letter,” and an in-page Rich Text editor “slides” out from under the envelope, where you can write your letter.
The only language supported is English, but you can upload image attachments, so you can write your letter on actual paper, scan it, and upload it (in case there's no post office nearby). But really, the most common use of the site would be to write down a note in English, and send it off to somewhere in the States; this costs US $0.99, and it's payable through Amazon's micropayment framework (Amazon Payments). So, you don't need to give out your credit card details.
The whole thing feels very modern and solid. It's not something I would use every day, and it's not very romantic (i.e., I'd rather actually write out a love letter than have the service send it for me), but it's good to know it exists. I have a strong feeling that it may come in handy some day.1HRmail lets you send inexpensive snail mail anywhere in the world
Fuente: Download Squad