As a 29-year-old man, technological advances in computing are normal, everyday things for me. While I was growing up, the world around me exploded with Macs, PCs, ATMs, cell phones and various video game systems. I have rejoiced in their arrival and displayed little patience for those older than me who long for the good old days of pure human interaction.Restaurant technology has been no different. I welcome the hand-held devices designed to zip orders from a server’s fingertips to ticket ...
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