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I’d be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy the odd Buzzfeed article once in a while or didn’t admit that I get annoyed at Google when it doesn’t answer my question immediately. But in this weird and wonderful digital age, our growing addiction to immediacy has a dark underside that no multitude of instant, adorable cats can remedy.
I almost never visit a restaurant before reading its reviews online, and in a city with plentiful dining options, I can afford to be choosy. Don’t have more than three stars? I’ll probably skip it. Don’t have more than 50 reviews? I can find plenty of others that do. Sites like Yelp have completely changed the way restaurants need to think about marketing to customers, just lik ...