The Wall Street Journal reports that Amazon has obtained a patent for “anticipatory shipping.” Under the system, Amazon will use algorithms to start shipping goods somewhere before a consumer even clicks “buy.”
If an error is made, the package may be given to a customer as a goodwill gift, according to the report.
3 Things That We Would Like… That Have Not Been Delivered To Our Door
1. Kool-Aid Man busting through the door. All the disruptive busting noise will be payback to our Wi-Fi-stealing neighbors!
2. Goodwill free replacement door after Kool-Aid Man busted through the door. (Since we never technically ordered a Kool-Aid Man.)
3. Stuff people stealing our Wi-Fi signal want delivered to their doors. What do they want? 60 hours of Diff’rent Strokes streaming, commercial free via Netflix, without 1980s Kool-Aid Man commercials? Kool-Aid Man can’t seem to get a break these days, huh?