Need to send a snail mail to someone, but can’t be bothered to print out the letter and walk to the post office? If Google ever adopted this concept Google Maps Envelopes, it would certainly save you all that trouble. All you have to do is pay a small postage fee, and instead of clicking “send” the usual way, you hit the “send envelope” button, and Google will print out your letter and mail it for you. Sure sounds handy, and would be especially useful for folks who still use snail mail. It seems that the envelope is also made out of a print from Google Maps, showing the origin and destination of the letter. Google, are you reading this?
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