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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

MSNBC: 'Fourth generation' store: The shop without products on its shelves

You talk about a 'convenient' store; this sure is one. I read in the article that it may well turn out, if the app gets approved, you wouldn't even have to go to the store at all any more. You could simply order all your groceries online, straight from your lazy chair.

That will save many people a lot of time and effort, which is great for those who aren't able to leave the house much or any at all. There is no hauling all those groceries back and forth to the car; they are delivered dirt cheap at your doorstep.

That is all good and well, but on the flip side; it takes away from being active. Okay, shopping for groceries may not be one of your favorite pastimes, but at least it is some form of exercise and for many these days, the only activity they get.

I am not so sure what to think about this and I anticipate the 'Fifth generation' store will not be a shop without products:

It will be the products without a shop!



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