I live in Ohio, work for the Kent Stater / Kentwired, and do quite a few other things as well.
These devices are slightly cool, barely functional, and very unnecessary.
Food waste is a big deal and it'll be cool seeing how this idea spreads among other retailers.
Acoustic guitars are increasing in popularity for more than their convenience. Their organic sound is almost a rebellion against popular electronic genres and overblown electric guitar rock.
yikes, changing it now.
We think people with more followers are more popular or better-liked, when in reality they're just more social media savvy.
The good thing about used clothes is they're guaranteed to be durable. They lasted the first owner long enough that they decided they no longer needed that item.
I have noticed that online clothing resale tends to focus more on women, so I'll be interested to see if someone takes this opportunity to market more heavily to men.
Theae are all cool ideas, but I worked at a movie theater for 3 years, and I've learned the only innovation movie-goers care about is more comfortable seats.
I'd like to know how robots and AI will affect the trucking industry, because everyone talks about self-driving trucks taking the jobs of drivers, but still surely it's more complex than that.