In my last column, I spoke to some of the consequences I see as a result of modern society's growing adoption of “on the run,” attention-deficit lifestyles. In particular, I noted how often you find younger people at the intersection of quickservice dining and social media use these days, eating meals almost unconsciously, focused on mobile tweets or Facebook postings rather than in-person socialization. The meal itself becomes almost an afterthought. This tendency is ...
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