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Omnichannel versus Multichannel

Omnichannel sounds a lot like the earlier term “multichannel,” but the concept is different and the implementation is much more difficult. The older term, multichannel, just means you have more than one channel by which a customer may make a purchase or a contact: phone, catalog, store. Omnichannel is the ultimate realization of “the whole being more than the sum of the parts, the sum of the different channels,” to quote Corey Gale from Micros, to such an extent that the customer has no need to pay attention to/keep track of which particular channel she started her journey in, or of how many times she is shifting channels, since everything is happening so seamlessly.
You’ll sooner see a boomer impressed by a flush toilet than a millennial customer impressed by the internet. The customer service and customer experience implications of this are significant.
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As diverse and contrasting as many philosophies and positions of their respective platforms, this is a common position of Dr Jill Stein of the Green Party and Gov Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party

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Reed Hastings — Netflix CEO, Stanford grad, former Marine, and Peace Corps alum 
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Student Debt as a Disciplinary Technique
—Noam Chomsky

"Students who acquire large debts putting themselves through school are unlikely to think about changing society. When you trap people in a system of debt they can’t afford the time to think. Tuition fee increases are a disciplinary technique, and, by the time students graduate, they are not only loaded with debt, but have also internalized the disciplinarian culture. This makes them efficient components of the consumer economy."
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Visiting Billionaires ...regrettably 

In a 5–4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a restriction on the aggregate amount an individual may contribute biennially to congressional candidates, political-action committees, and party committees, effectively eliminating the annual per-donor cap of $123,000. “Money in politics may at times seem repugnant to some, but so too does much of what the First Amendment vigorously protects,” wrote Chief Justice John Roberts in the majority opinion. “Where enough money calls the tune,” wrote Justice Stephen Breyer in his dissent, “the general public will not be heard.” In a press conference aboard Air Force One, a spokesman for President Barack Obama, who was en route to a cocktail fund-raiser at the home of a San Francisco billionaire, said the administration was “disappointed by the decision.” 
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The Warrior Cop

Dozens of federal agencies now have Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) teams to further an expanding definition of their missions. It’s not controversial that the Secret Service and the Bureau of Prisons have them. But what about the Department of Agriculture, the Railroad Retirement Board, the Tennessee Valley Authority, the Office of Personnel Management, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service? All of these have their own SWAT units and are part of a worrying trend towards the militarization of federal agencies — not to mention local police forces.

The United States of SWAT?
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http://www.nationalreview.com/article/376053/united-states-swat-john-fund  
Military-style units from government agencies are wreaking havoc on non-violent citizens.
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who's the monkey, who's the grinder?
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Change doesn't mean improvement, busy doesn't mean progress

"No greater mistake can be made than to imagine that what has been written latest is always the more correct; that what is written later on is an improvement on what was written previously; and that every change means progress."
—Arthur Schopenhauer
A 19th-century critique of the moral failures of linkbait, cat slideshows, and needless pagination. With the timeless quality of his writ
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separate the wheat from the chaff and bake bread... 
This was going to end badly.My boss screamed at me in front of my colleagues. I had done something wrong of course. I had sent a product to the client without debugging it thoroughly. It was my fault
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Judge rules no case, “They are designed to kill”

A U.S. federal judge dismissed a case brought by the families of Anwar al-Awlaki and two other American citizens killed in drone strikes overseas, finding “no available remedy under U.S. law” for claims that the strikes violated the victims’ rights to due process and protection from unlawful search and seizure. “Unmanned drones are functionally incapable of ‘seizing’ a person,” read the decision. “They are designed to kill.” 
Judge dismisses lawsuit over death of Anwar al-Awlaki and two others in Yemen, saying it is a matter for Congress
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