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Why Same Day Delivery is Largely a Marketing Ploy

By: Richard Starr on November 23, 2015

A story on today offers up this tidbit: "Everyone Likes Same-Day Delivery, Except for the Paying Part."  I bet.  What I find odd is that the article suggests that same-day delivery has a high operating cost for everyone but Amazon.  This is, of course, ridiculous.  I virtually guarantee that Amazon is losing [...]

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Drone Delivery: Is It Going to Happen? Probably Not. Here’s Why…

By: Richard Starr on November 7, 2015

An article on asks whether drone delivery from companies like Amazon and Wal-Mart could really "take off" (see what they did there?). The answer, in my opinion, is "no”.  And here’s why… First, let me say that many of the points in the article mirror my own long-time views regarding the viability [...]

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Amazon Opens Pointless Physical Bookstore in Seattle…But Why?

By: Richard Starr on November 3, 2015

The Seattle Times, and many other outlets, are reporting that Amazon is opening the company’s first-ever brick-and-mortar bookstore in Seattle.  But why? There are a few reasons, some fairly certain, others not so much. The main reason, if you believe the news, is that they are using the Seattle location to test the validity of [...]

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JK Konrath Forgets a Bit of Google Books History

By: Richard Starr on October 20, 2015

Over on JA Konrath's blog, he takes a swipe at the Authors Guild for their lawsuit against Google over the company's plan to scan every book ever published.  He also makes fun of some other lawsuits filed by the Authors Guild, and admittedly, those sound pretty dumb.  But when it comes to Google Books, [...]

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