Remember When Stores Couldn’t Track You Within the Store?
I can see it coming. *runs*
I met a traveler from an antique land who said, “I read an article in the New York Times about how stores are now using their unwitting customers’ cell phone signals to track their movements within the store.”
I can picture it now. A major retailer is having its mid-July meeting, and the Director of Sales is going over old and new business.
“All right, let’s see where we are. Winston, are all the school supplies on the shelves?”
“Yes sir. As of 11:59 on the night of July 4th we started putting out the pens and pencils and notebooks of every size, shape, and cover material.”
“Good. And when is the Christmas merchandise going out?”
“We’re aiming for middle of next week, sir.”
“Excellent. Okay. Now, on to new business. I believe you were going to prepare a presentation for us on the new technology that allows us to…
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