Sunday, May 27, 2012

...when the technology fails us.

Ron Nixon reported in The New York Times on Sunday, May 27, 2012:

"The United States Postal Service said late Friday that it was offering buyouts to about 45,000 mail handlers, part of the financially troubled agency's efforts to cut its staff and reduce its operating costs...The Postal Service said the buyouts were necessary because it needs fewer handlers with the volume of mail declining as Americans have moved to the Internet to communicate and pay bills."

Looking to the future:

We'll have to get the Pony Express up and running again when the technology fails us.

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