Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Track your packages, using Google Maps

Would you like to track all of your incoming or out going packages with Google Maps? You can with a great website called PackageMapping.com. The site is simple to use and is always up-to-date on your packages. All you have to do is give the Web site the tracking number from your USPS.

Once you give the site your tracking number just hit “Track and Map!” and you will get a list of detailed results thats you know where your package is and has been along with the times of its arrivals and departures. Of course it also gives you map with a icon of a package to show you where your shipment is currently at and also a line of where else it has been

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Team Effort

Have a problem you just can't figure out? Ask your co-workers for advice.

Better yet, got an idea that really works for you? Share it with everyone else.

If the Postal Service is going to survive we have to act like a team and share with each other. We're in it together.

Oh, and the flip side of that? Say thanks! We really do appreciate a helping hand, so go ahead and say so.

Thursday, January 3, 2008

P stands for Post Office

Getting kids to understand our role and mission is important. Who knows if there will be another Bill Gates, Warren Buffett or Benjamin Franklin enamoured with our mission. Here, a kindergarten class gets a visit to the Tripp, SD, Post Office.