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Re: EU Losing Patience With Web's 'Wild West' Privacy Practices 2  Twaddle   2009-04-01 15:08:48 
Re: Yahoo Launches New Mobile Uber-App 2  Twaddle   2009-04-01 14:45:23 
Re: When Your PC's Ailin', Who Ya Gonna Call? 2  pavppz1   2009-04-01 14:08:33 
Re: Google Launches Chrome Beta for Adventurous Browser Users 3  mostanser   2009-04-01 05:50:21 
Re: Security Sleuths Work Overtime to Confound Conficker 2  Fetrow   2009-03-31 19:35:24 
Re: The Worm Returns: Protecting Yourself From Conficker 2  Frazer   2009-03-31 13:27:08 
Re: This Week's Browser Fight: Will Security KO Speed? 5  Zoasterboy   2009-03-31 01:41:04 
Re: Tesla Shows Off Family-Friendly Electric Car 6  Fetrow   2009-03-30 17:32:04 
Re: Addressing Climate Change: Breaking Old Models 3  aelemay   2009-03-28 09:47:18 
Re: Obama Pitches Economic Plan to Grass Roots in Online Town Hall 2  appeters   2009-03-27 17:39:58 
Re: Pew Study Tags 'Ambivalent Networkers' 2  akcoyote   2009-03-26 11:44:50 
Re: Google Oils Engine With Semantic Search 2  yegg   2009-03-25 16:41:36 
Re: T-Mobile Rolls Out 3G Dongle Deal 3  jimnu   2009-03-25 16:05:51 
Re: Mobile Security: Saying Yes When You Really Should Say No 4  marksj12   2009-03-25 14:42:08 
Re: Social Networks and the Tricky Business of Transparency 3  krattster   2009-03-24 22:18:01 
Re: OnLive Promises Hard-Core Gaming Minus the Hardware 3  Kagehi   2009-03-24 14:37:06 
Re: Report: Security Holes Could Wreak Havoc in Proposed Smart Grid 2  ContinuumP   2009-03-24 05:23:04 
Re: Why It's OK for Newspapers to Die 11  KarenPage   2009-03-22 15:28:17 
Re: Online Journalism Experiment Begins in Seattle 3  mysky37   2009-03-21 09:36:47 
Re: Microsoft Debuts IE8, Only to Have It Hacked 2  LeeLorenzen   2009-03-20 11:11:35 

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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.