Rewire the Postal Service: There Is No Address But You

OK, let’s pretend that Mike Kuniavsky’s idea of postal service as DNS service has come to fruition and let’s say I’ve paid for the distinction of being Aaron Cael, U.S.  Thus, all anybody has to do to direct any physical object to me would be to slap on adequate postage and write “Aaron Cael, U.S.” on it.  Bitchin’, right? Well let’s say I’m something of a jetsetter, the type who regularly doesn’t see their mailbox for days or weeks at a time.  Having one’s vital communiques and well-wishes bound to something as old-fashioned as a physical location is the sort of thing that wears on a modern mind. But what if one’s “postal DNS” resolved not to one physical location but to where ever one’s body happened to be? Sync your calendar up with your postal account and that letter from your grandma and those sneakers you ordered off Amazon […]