The burger machine (from website)
How good would a burger be if it’s made by a machine?
The automated food making process is frequently seen in factories, you can easily find a number of such videos on YouTube. But, automate it in front of the consumers? Never heard of.
Bus drivers use devices in their work, too.
After using Bay Area Bike Share in San Francisco for about a month, I’d like to write about my experience.
San Francisco has a much better public transportation system than cities and towns around it, but it still needs to better.
I had a really interesting experience eating in an almost humanless eatery at Eatsa in San Francisco – the only human server there was a cleaning guy.
I appreciate when non tech companies provide additional channels to make users lives easier. My advice is that every once in a while, have someone do a health checkup on these channels, to ensure they do what they are supposed to do. That way, it helps the user to achieve what they want and for the companies, these channels will be worth the money.
Overall, I feel it very scientifically designed and trustworthy, worth a try if you like to work out at home.
Even a small to-go box can reflect the “personality” and “food quality” of the restaurants.
Mama-san must be seventy or eighty years old, and is the diligent waitress. I love that the moment I walk into the restaurant, she greets me in English with a Japanese accent.