Tag Archives: Amazon

Refining Buy-Products

Let’s chat about your last visit to the gas station (assuming you don’t own a “plug-n-play” vehicle).  Chances are you hit the pumps in the last week or so.  If you’re like me you drove in and drove out, mindlessly … Continue reading

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Impersonal Delivery

Why does Amazon ask for “packaging feedback”?  Do they really want my opinion on a plain brown box?  Yesterday I came home to an Amazon delivery on my front door step.  But that’s already not true.  The box was dropped … Continue reading

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Go On, Take the Money and Run

If you buy e-books through Amazon, you’re familiar with the option “send a free sample”.  Rather than buying the book up front, Amazon sends the first 5% to your e-reader as a teaser.  The sample cuts off abruptly (sometimes mid-sentence), … Continue reading

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