Some thoughts on the link between e-commerce and e-Kathy, from Writing Wranglers and Warriors.
Writing Wranglers and Warriors
My mum says, “Go with your first instinct,” but this can lead to impulse buying! ~ Lindsay Lohan
Recently, we’ve heard a lot about how the Internet is changing how Americans shop. E-commerce is causing a radical shift in how we buy and sell.
I’m more concerned, however, with how e-commerce affects me personally. In only a month, online shopping changed me from a (relatively) sane, sober citizen into a jumble of impulses. My experience shows that, where e-tail is, impulse lurks close behind; and where impulse lurks, one thing leads to another. And you never know where you’ll end up. For example—
In October I learned that my favorite blogger, Kate Shrewsday, and her friends had published an e-book of ghost stories, Echoes in Darkness. Impulse #1: I wanted it.
Thanks to a quirky laptop, I could download e-books but couldn’t open them. The…
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2 thoughts on “E-Impulse: I Regret Nothing”
Ah, that instant gratification…a slippery slope indeed. But how bad can it truly be when it leads to BOOKS!
There doesn’t seem to be a downside, does there?
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