Company to Resume Custom Stamp Sales The U.S. Postal Service has given the go-ahead for the private venture PhotoStamps, which allows people to make personalized postage stamps. A brief experiment with the program last year was shelved after some embarrassment about what ended up on some of those stamps. Melissa Block talks with Ken McBride, CEO of Stamps.com.
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The U.S. Postal Service has given the go-ahead for the private venture PhotoStamps, which allows people to make personalized postage stamps. A brief experiment with the program last year was shelved after some embarrassment about what ended up on some of those stamps. Melissa Block talks with Ken McBride, CEO of Stamps.com.