Quickly getting the thing you ordered on the internet to your front door is a package deal. And there’s plenty of bad to go along with the good. Buzzfeed: Amazon’s Next-Day Delivery System Has Brought Chaos And Carnage To America’s Streets — But The World’s Biggest Retailer Has A System To Escape The Blame. “That means when things go wrong, as they often do under the intense pressure created by Amazon’s punishing targets — when workers are abused or underpaid, when overstretched delivery companies fall into bankruptcy, or when innocent people are killed or maimed by errant drivers — the system allows Amazon to wash its hands of any responsibility.” (My linking to this story has nothing to do with the fact that Amazon deliverers tend to throw my packages over my front gate, often achieving a hangtime that seems excessive.)