Our Addiction to Amazon, FedEx and the Culture of Immediacy

We have come to rely on having anything anywhere at anytime, all the while remaining apathetic to the complexities demanded by a culture of immediacy.

The shoes arrive from Nevada to your home in Kansas City in 48 hours. They don’t fit. No problem; logistics is a two-way route. You send them back. The shoes have traveled 1,600 miles, not counting the route from Brazil where they were manufactured. No one said logistics is sustainable.
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