Lust for technology impacting service

History suggests over and over again that science fails to progress or change the world as much as our imaginations foresee it will. For every two steps forward, we take one step back into the nostalgic folds of the familiar. It is not that we are afraid, but because a high percentage of futuristic expectation ends up in the cul-de-sac of laughability. The more humanity embraces technology, the greater the hankering for human interaction and the calming influences of the natural world. Retail is

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