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JULIAN H. STACEY's Postal Addresses.

Ths is: http://www.berklix.com/~jhs/post/

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Addresses

I may have addresses in different countries. Here's an example address format for if in Germany. Obfuscated as so many spammers & con men on the web.
Julian H. Stacey, Needed
   [ Tel 089 54321 ] Optional Note
Ho__ Str __-_, Needed Note
12345    Muenchen , Needed Note
                    ( = München = Munich), Optional Note
   [ Bayern ( = Bavaria), ] Optional Note
Deutschland ( OR Germany), Needed
   [ Europe ]. Optional Note

Notes & Explanations On Address

  Optional: 089 54321 Telephone Number

Sometimes you might want to embed my phone number in my address, in case of unexpected delivery difficulties: Post/ Customs extra import tax), Delivery problems whatever. (Sometimes I do the same when sending stuff abroad, then even if the address is wrong, & it goes to a neighbour, that neighbour can easily phone correct recipient). ((Best not give full international +49 89 54321 as many locals in many countries are ignorant of international phone number represenation.

Needed: Ho__ Str

You may need to remove the space between Ho__ & Str before some deficient map services will work. (Germans often ram lots of words together, discarding all spaces, making it a lot harder to find seperate words in dictionaries. They call the resultant impediment to look up & learn words `proper' German grammer ;-) )

You'll need number in street, phone or email me for that.

Needed: Muenchen ( = München (German extended alphabet) = Munich (English name))

Germans use a ü (U umlaut) to spell München, but for the rest of the world, clueless & uninteressted in Umlauts, dont just ignore those annoying dots (natural first tendency of non Germans smiley face icon ) ), use the standard German convention of swapping "ü" for "ue".

Needed: 12345 = Post Code = Post- Leit- Zahl

A Post code belongs where the "12345" bit is.
  • If you'r travelling to meet me, you don't usually need it.
  • If you've emailed me to arrange to post something, I'll have mailed you the postcode.
  • If you need the postcode, you can find it in other places or I'll tell you.
  • I don't give it here as identity theft fraud is increasingly common, let's make it just slightly harder for `them'. Not much admittedly, but if we all make data just a bit harder to harvest, (or even plant the odd bit of deliberately false info ?), it'll slow fraudsters down, (though not stop them).

Optional:   Bayern (Bavaria),

The German Post Office does Not require that you include ( Bayern (Bavaria),) but it does no harm, & I think it adds human information, (& also adds a failsafe fallback in case a digit get obfuscated ), (Just as I also appreciate seeing a full USA State name rather than some 2 letter mnemonic I probably do not know).

Optional: Europe

Yes most people know Germany is in Europe but there's probably a few in USA & other places too. After Paris Texas, nothing surprises ;-) & it gives a place to link to the EU web site an ever more important regulator of European business etc.

Posting stuff

I may be in Britain or Germany or elsewhere: USA is outside the European Union.
Customs delays, fees, & forms can impede post.

From You To Me

  • Do not post me anything without prior agreement. I accept no responsibility to receive or collect anything. I may not be in the country you think I am to receive stuff.
  • Be aware that customs might hold stuff until I collect them & pay a fee.
  • Travelling to pay the fee & collect in person is time consuming, & causes delay.
  • Append my phone number (in brackets) after my name in my postal address, so it won't get stuck in customs, without me knowing it's arrived !)

From Me To You

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