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Volume of U.S. Mail Continues to Drop

Investor’s Business Daily: The postal service is delivering itself into bankruptcy, audit shows. Declining business and rising expenses are not exactly a recipe for long-term business success, but that is exactly what’s going on at the U.S. Postal Service right now, the Government Accountability Office told a congressional panel on…

Topic: Blog / Legislation / Technology
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Desktop Browser Market Share 2008-2015

Source: StatCounter

Topic: Blog / Technology
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USPS Will Now Email You Pictures Of Your Mail

The Huffington Post: The United States Postal Service is rolling out a new email initiative to make receiving snail mail more convenient. The new, free service, called “Informed Delivery,” will email “black and white images of your actual letter-sized mail pieces” to you by 11:00am EST on the day the…

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ACORD President & CEO Greg Maciag Retires

ACORD President & CEO Greg Maciag wipes away the tears after a heartfelt tribute at ACORD2015 to discuss his upcoming retirement and what the future will bring for ACORD and the industry.

Topic: Blog / Conference / Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers / Leadership / Technology
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First-class Stamp Price Rollback

Washington Post: The 49-cent stamp has eight more months of life until the U.S. Postal Service has to roll the price back, the effect of a ruling that allows the post office to collect $1.1 billion to cover its recession-related losses. Wednesday’s ruling by postal regulators should be the last word…

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Snail Mail

If it feels like it’s taking longer for your U.S. Mail to reach it’s destination that’s because it is. The reason is simple, digital delivery methods and plant closures. There is far less mailing (snail mail) taking place today and as a result processing plants are closing. A trend that will most likely continue.

Topic: Blog / Legislation
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Project Spartan

“Project Spartan,” the new browser we are introducing in Windows 10. Project Spartan will be available across the Windows 10 device family. It claims to be fast, compatible, and built for the modern Web. Project Spartan is designed to work the way you do, with features enabling you to do cool things like write or type on a webpage. It’s a browser that is made for easy sharing, reading, discovery and getting things done online.

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