"A PORTRAIT of AMERICA"
- families, friends, neighbors and pets,
- homes, neighborhoods, cities and states,
- religions, philosophies, laws and doctrines,
- businesses, organizations, clubs and groups,
- nature's beauty, talents in art and architecture,
- rich and poor, law and order and freedom of choice,
- an orchestra of individuals and groups,
all making the music of American life and living.
We have evolved from an analog world
into a digital world
POSTAGE STAMP: an adhesive or imprinted stamp issued by the government
(US Postal Service ~ USPS)
for pre-payment of postage to carry the mail. Postage stamps are sold at Post Offices.
COMPUTER POSTAGE STAMP: a postage stamp with the addition of an IBI
that is printed by an USPS authorized organization
some of which require the cooperation with users
who use their personal computer and the internet to transmit
their stamp designs/photographs
for inclusion on the final stamp. Computer postage stamps are NOT sold at Post Offices.
To avoid laws applicable to the issuance of postage stamps,
the USPS has identified these stamps as "meter labels."
Computer Postage Stamps
may also be known as:
PC Postage Stamps
Meter Label Stamps
Personalized Postage Stamps
Info-Based-Indicia (IBI) Stamps
Intelligent-Mail-Indicia (IMI) Stamps
Automated Teller Machine (ATM) Stamps