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Re: AT&T Tries On Data Cap 2  RICHARD0001   2008-11-05 15:04:25 
Re: MySpace, MTV Look for Piracy's Silver Lining 2  charlesa   2008-11-04 09:25:41 
Re: DMCA Comes Back to Bite McCain 3  tamara2008   2008-10-30 07:40:36 
Re: Will Motorola Bet the Farm on Android? 2  linuxgui   2008-10-30 07:26:52 
Re: How to Start a Company Without an IT Professional 2  sr27   2008-10-29 18:32:54 
Re: Lawmakers Whip Up War of Words Over White Spaces 2  jj1   2008-10-26 20:02:24 
Re: Law and the Internet, Part 2: A Little Help From the Pros 2  VLOTech   2008-10-22 13:30:52 
Re: The Internet Runs on Ad Billions 5  celebr8   2008-10-21 12:45:51 
Re: Bridging the Global Accounting Standards Gap 2  MichaelCa   2008-10-21 07:22:54 
Re: America's Vexing High-Tech Immigration Problem 2  danarothrock   2008-10-19 16:48:59 
Re: 5 Tips for Getting E-Shoppers to Click on 'Buy' 2  SandorN   2008-10-17 18:20:45 
Re: Zappos.com: These Boots Were Made for E-Commerce 2  tschurter   2008-10-16 05:54:07 
Re: Patent Law: Juicy Enough for the Silver Screen 2  ab8ru   2008-10-14 09:22:48 
Re: WEbook: Turning Publishing on Its Ear 2  bethwong   2008-10-09 12:10:31 
Re: Chrome's Tiny Market Share Dwindles as Experimenters Head Home 4  just4kicks   2008-10-08 16:53:07 
Re: YouTube's E-Commerce Play: Watch It, Click It, Buy It 3  ddevin   2008-10-08 16:16:55 
Re: Circumstances Make Pakistan Hot IT Outsourcing Location 67  qadir0108   2008-10-05 14:41:39 
Re: Report: Skype Helped China Snoop on Users 2  bpmmx   2008-10-03 16:45:07 
Re: The New Online Gaming Ad Playbook 2  blairschooff   2008-09-30 10:37:14 
Re: To Outsource or Not To Outsource? 4  GSzatvanyi   2008-09-29 02:36:48 

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How important is the availability of curbside service when you consider a physical store to do your shopping?
Critically Important - I will not shop at an establishment that does not provide curbside service.
Quite Important - During the pandemic I prefer not to go inside a physical location. Still, I will consider a business that does not offer curbside service.
Somewhat Important - I like a curbside option, but itís not part of my decision-making process when I choose where to shop.
Not Important - I do not use curbside pickup. When I go out to shop I want to select everything myself.