Bontesla: I'll be curious to see what Google does with BufferBox. I've never had to send my packages to a temporary storage facility but I live in a fairly small town. I wonder if this sort of thing is more useful in large cities?
Fuggin Bizzy: Whatever Google was going to become ... it is. It's basically what Microsoft was in the mid-to-late nineties - highly profitable at a couple things, continually making vain attempts to expand elsewhere.
DrewCurtisJr: They need to breakup Google. They don't need to be in control of every single online activity.
blipponaut: There is an internet outside of Amurika and much of it doesn't use Google.
blipponaut: DrewCurtisJr: They need to breakup Google. They don't need to be in control of every single online activity.I love how people can think Google controls so much. There is an internet outside of Amurika and much of it doesn't use Google.
JasonOfOrillia: Cool, they have a site walking distance from my home. This exact situation has irritated me for years. I'm surprised the courier companies haven't come up with something like this sooner. All the failed residential deliveries must be a huge source of waste for them.
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