Sunday, November 16, 2008

More fingers to remain attached this holiday season

For a long time, consumers have hated Satan's packaging, the vile and evil clamshell. Now, finally, someone is doing something about it.

It started with Amazon, and now Microsoft, Sony and Best Buy are all hopping on the bandwagon to prevent their customers from inadvertently cutting off their own digits, severing an artery or winding up on top of a book depository with a high-powered rifle.

This is the biggest advancement in retail packaging since companies stopped using those on-product stickers/UPC labels that required liberal use of razor blades, steel wool and Goo Gone.


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