You ever watch a train-wreck of a commercial and wonder how on earth it got through all the people it had to get through to get on air?
If so, then we have something you need to see.
On Wednesday, Fast Company published an article titled, “Two ex-Googlers want to make bodegas and mom-and-pop corner stores obsolete.”
Stay with me now.
The idea these ex-Googlers proposed is, essentially, deploying lots of vending machines with items like cleaning supplies and chips, which will erode small businesses that provide a lot of basic needs and wants for their surrounding communities. Unlike classic bodegas and mom-and-pop corner stores, these machine box things will not make you an egg and cheese on a roll, and they will certainly not recognize you and talk with you about whatever the hell you talk about at 2 a.m. on a weekday when you’ve wandered in cuz you can’t sleep and now you’re hungry. Read more…
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