On December last year, Google decided that it might be a good idea to give away some Google stickers to fans who requested it. Some people might look at it as another form of advertisement – your fridge, desk and car adorned with Gmail logos, while some others are just thrilled to have it.
Google reports on their blog that they have sent out thousands of stickers to fans across the globe and received hundreds of fan mails and stickers in return. But perhaps they realized that just cannot continue shipping out stickers for the rest of their lives. So they have set up a deadline – February 14 is the date beyond which they will no longer entertain request for stickers.
To get your stickers, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to:
P.O. Box 391420
Mountain View, CA 94039-1420
Make sure to include enough postage to return a sticker pack via U.S. mail. If you're you're outside of the U.S. enclose an international reply coupon (IRC).
The Gmail sticker kit includes a standard Gmail m-velope - dressed up in glitter, which you can stick on anything and sheet of keyboard shortcut stickers intended as a tool to help people learn Gmail's shortcuts. Gmail says “The adhesive is a bit more removable than standard stickiness, so you can take them off once you've trained your fingers.”