Lol that's wild. In the winter of 2013 I worked as a picker in a fulfillment center which looked exactly like that minus any robots. Now, instead of having a flock of people walk up and down aisles for miles with scanners and those yellow totes, they have the aisles themselves move around delivering themselves to a stationary picker to pick out the item to be shipped. It's cool because it gives me hope that automation of sad robot jobs will eventually make most people with my skill set completely unemployable and we can stop this crazy work to eat nonsense. But not so cool if you depended upon a robotized shipping center for the annual well-paying seasonal positions where they hire any warm body for $1000+ a week take home during peak OT weeks.
As of last summer, I mostly post around the board. Then, I leave and do something else. It's a long story and don't feel like talking about it. Although, I will say this new board motivates me into posting less.