Amazon's 'Anticipatory' Shipping

Your next order from Amazon may be on the way before you think of it.
3:00 | 01/19/14

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Our "Instant index." What's trending here on a Sunday night. Your next order from Amazon may already be on the way. Even if you haven't placed the order yet. Amazon is gearing up for what it calls anticipatory shipping, trying to cut down on delivery time by pre-shipping items to a warehouse closer to where you live, based on your previous orders and buying patterns. The theory being they can predict what you'll be buying and it will be nearby. They haven't started it quite yet. And gone in an instant tonight in one Greenville, south Carolina, neighborhood. Look at this. The Scott towers, a 14-story structure imploded. Home to hundreds of residents since 1970. Just a pile of rubble within seconds, covered by a huge cloud of smoke there. History now. A newer apartment building going up in its place. And the new "Saturday night live" player is on board. Get out of here! You are embarrassing me. Sasheer zamata making her debut on last night's showing, easing into the mix from skit to skit. She's the first black female cast member since 2007. You'll remember actress Kerry Washington on earlier in the season, playing just about every black female role to make a point, and doing it with humor

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