A country that doesn’t hesitate to drop $700 billion on its war machine now finds itself quibbling over $10 billion to run a very essential service. Of course, a lot of this talk about shrinking the United States Postal Service has nothing to do with its budgetary shortfalls. It is yet another example of short-term … Continue reading Why United States Political Shitshow (USPS) is far from over
This past week Facebook became one of the largest proponents of remote work. It made headlines for considering allowing people to permanently work from home. In doing so, it joined the likes of Twitter, Square, and Shopify, all of whom are recent, post-pandemic converts. (The idea is not so new to companies like GitLab and … Continue reading Real reasons why tech giants are hugging “Remote Work”
So Facebook is taking on Amazon with its Shops, powered by Shopify (and a bunch of other smaller players.) I don’t know why that agreement kept reminding me of that deal I read about as a young lad: Americans teaming with the rebels to drive out the Russians from Afghanistan. We know what happened. Why … Continue reading Is Shopify ready to be double-crossed by Facebook?
This week, I can’t but help but notice that there might be good tidings in store for online commerce. As a wise editor once told me, “Follow the money, son, and you will find the story.” My forecast for sunny skies in the world of ecommerce is extrapolated from some of the data shared by … Continue reading Fast Forwarding the future of ecommerce