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[-]  07-11-18 18:40

My kids sat in front of Amazon’s first-ever printed toy catalog: ‘Whoa! … Is everything in here free?’
Forty or so years after I did the same thing with a Sears holiday catalog, and about a month after that iconic retailer filed for bankruptcy, my own children — raised in the age of Amazon and e-commerce — thumbed through the tech giant’s first-ever printed holiday catalog. Titled “A Holiday of Play,” the 70-page booklet arrived in the mail this week and it feels a lot like a throwback to an era before everything was shopped for online. Billed as “Amazon’s ultima...

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