May 17, 2012 12:00 AM
" How do you know when a company or a product is a big hit? Well, it doesn't hurt that even if you've never used it, you still know enough to be able to tell your friends about it. In my circles, GrubHub is an example of this sort of a success. Whether they're people who have tried it once, are addicts or somewhere in between, pretty much everyone knows all about the site that lets hungry Chicagoans -- usually made of felt, like in the subway ads -- order food from almost any restaurant in town online.
But then, the Chicago-based GrubHub decided to get a little more unpredictable and harder to pin down. Earlier this month, GrubHub debuted OrderHub, an app designed to allow restaurants to manage the online orders they get through GrubHub. Here, watch this:
As GrubHub Co-Founder/CEO Matt Maloney references in the video, GrubHub had always been streamlined and super-easy to use for customers, but for restaurants, not so much. Previously, orders would be faxed to restaurants from GrubHub, and then restaurants would confirm the orders through an automated phone service. For the 21st century, that's a positively Precambrian solution "
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Thursday, May 17, 2012 by Bradenton Herald
By BOB COONEY — Philadelphia Daily News It did not take the 76ers coaching staff very long to realize Wednesday's Game 3 was going to be a bad night. Even as the Sixers took a 10-4 lead against the Boston Celtics, associate head coach Michael Curry ...Read more
Thursday, May 17, 2012 by Winston-Salem Journal
A month after a Cumberland County judge ruled for the defendant in the first case under the Racial Justice Act, about 60 prosecutors from across North Carolina are coming to Forsyth County today to learn how to fight motions filed under the law.Read more
Thursday, May 17, 2012 by New Haven Register
A meadow creates places where insects can go and thrive. It helps prevent soil erosion. It's low maintenance. And among other things, it creates an intriguing space where children can learn about nature. Her own kids are 7, 9 and 11. Continued...Read more