U.S. Postal Service to Release Collectible Steve Jobs Stamp in 2015

U.S. Postal Service to Release Collectible Steve Jobs Stamp in 2015

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The United States Postal Service will release a collectible Steve Jobs stamp in 2015, according to leaked documents posted by the Washington Post.

The stamp is currently 'In Design Development' as are many of the others destined to arrive in 2015. You can see the full list of approved subject matters in the images below. There's also a list of the stamps that will be coming out this year.

The WP notes that the approved subjects typically include traditional, historical, cultural, and literary figures; however, the financially strapped service is looking to increase revenue and attract young collectors with more popular subjects.

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U.S. Postal Service to Release Collectible Steve Jobs Stamp in 2015

U.S. Postal Service to Release Collectible Steve Jobs Stamp in 2015

U.S. Postal Service to Release Collectible Steve Jobs Stamp in 2015

U.S. Postal Service to Release Collectible Steve Jobs Stamp in 2015
O well - February 21, 2014 at 3:10pm
Steve Jobs gets a lot of credit for bringing apple to where it is today. However everything I've read or seen indicates he was an asshole. Read iWoz.
K - February 21, 2014 at 5:15pm
That was during macintosh production just like the movie explained to me.
Tim's Cock - February 24, 2014 at 6:01am
Steve was an asshole up until the day he died.

No Poach Agreements for his employees. The very people that helped make Apple successful.
Troll's cock - February 24, 2014 at 2:22pm
What would Apple have been without him, Steve was the one who created apple, Tim joined at some point and the day Steve passed, Tim was the perfect backup because apple was chosen for technology creater since the first day, ups and downs back in the 80s but they improved, other companies are their branch chasing that source to be them. Tim is like Steve, just look how updated Mac Pro is, look at iPhones, iPads, and iPods today, do any charts from either one show a decrease from performance, lte speeds, or anything?
Tim's Cock - February 25, 2014 at 5:05pm
Even after Tim assumed the helm, he did not speak up about the No Poach Agreement.

Instead, he speaks about discrimination and Gay rights, completely ignoring employee rights.
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