Attention to Detail.
If you spent any amount of time in the service or on active duty, the phrase, Attention to Detail, was on that was drilled into you on an hourly basis. The concept is also something that is lacking in general in today’s society. A case in point. I recently have written about and done a video, regarding my experience with a local food bank.
As I’ve said previously, while I’m appreciative of their assistance and the point of this writing is a lack of “Attention to Detail,” by the local food bank. There are two examples which follow.
In both cases, the boxes of crackers are eight months out of date. Out of date and yet given out to those in need by the local food bank. While I’m not sure of just what the food bank guidelines and training for their locations are, it would appear that common sense has not prevailed in this instance.
The Crackers are good for possibly adding to soup or maybe giving to the the squirrels or the birds outside our building. Hopefully the local food bank will have some additional training for their volunteers.
The Grocery business has come a long way, and continues to have a long way to go.
Via Scoop.it – Mobile Tools
Supermarkets—recognizing that many customers use their mobile telephones to compare prices and check lists as they shop—have begun to experiment with smartphone-related technology.
I stopped by Atlanta Bread Company this morning for a quick bite in between stops at clients. I hope this location is just having issues with their dish washing. My order was served to me in a bowl instead of a plate.
Of course there were other issues this morning with the breakfast. How much effort is there in screwing up brewing coffee? The coffee here is horrible. And then the bagel was stale. Needless to say, I won’t be returning.