The latest post on ‘ReadWrite’ is titled “How Tech Is Driving The Business Of Instant Gratification”.

Selena Larson says, “Instant gratification can’t come soon enough. In 2013, the runaway success of Uber, the service that lets you call a car by tapping your smartphone, has gotten consumers, retailers, and investors thinking about a world where just about any good or service is available on demand. Increasingly, in urban areas, that thought is becoming a reality.

This has been a long time coming. You could buy a pizza online in 1994—though you had to disconnect from the Internet so the local store could call you to confirm your order. No wonder people persisted in calling in orders. Now—if you’re in the right places—you can get anything delivered to their doorstep simply by using an app“.

How Tech Is Driving The Business Of Instant Gratification


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