As one of the so-called “Millennials,” or people born between 1977 and 1998, I spend a lot of time using the Internet, and it’s the first place I go when I want information. I don’t remember the last time I used the Yellow Pages or dialed information to find a restaurant. It’s faster and easier to look one up on Google or some other Internet search engine, and when I want to recommend a restaurant to my friends, I can just email them the link to its website.Recently, some friends and I ...
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