Ready to retire that old table-top postage meter your school district uses? The U.S. Postal Service just might have your answer with its new PC Postage, a stamp that can be purchased and printed 24 hours a day without any specialized equipment.
You can buy PC Postage with your computer and any laser or inkjet printer.
The PC Postage program was launched Aug. 9 by two California firms, Stamps.com of Santa Monica and E-Stamp Corp. of San Mateo. The familiar Pitney Bowes and Neopost Inc. are planning to launch their PC Postage efforts in the coming months.
"The digital revolution will change