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Uncategorized / October 17, 2017

Some travelers paid extra for the privilege of bringing more loot. Larry Evaristo and girlfriend Roxanne Vega each paid a $25 surcharge to check bags heavier than 50 pounds on their Northwest Airlines flight to Guam.Evaristo, 23, a student at San Jose State University, brought a Hewlett-Packard computer, chocolates, coffee and American Eagle clothes, a brand unavailable in Guam.”That makes it cooler, especially to the other kids,” he said. “They want logo tees showing that it’s made by American Eagle. Even though it’s made in factories on neighboring islands.”Secondhand shopping is in the throes of a tech-driven seismic shift, one that is quickly making the gently worn and just-like-new not simply equal in stature to off-the-rack items, but arguably more desirable. How much more would you want that Prada purse or perfect vintage fedora if it were from the closet of your favorite fashion blogger or among favorite items selected by a stylist to A-list stars? At the same time, fashion-minded startups are pursuing new ways to connect buyers and sellers online in a space that’s been stagnant for years.”EBay today looks frighteningly similar to eBay in 1999, and Craigslist looks like a newsgroup,” says Jim Rose, co-founder of San…