Food has always had a social side - bringing people together for dinner parties, feasts or just some quality family time in the kitchen. But would you be willing to dine with complete strangers?
Apps like Grouper, Grubwithus, and EatWith hope so. These apps encourage strangers to meet up and dine with one another (or drink, as is the case with grouper). Apps like these prove that since technology has advanced, food now also has a tech side, merging social and tech as one. This brings us to the age-old question: Can technology actually bridge the gap of society becoming more social in real life? Is food the answer? Read More