January 30, 2014, 6:45 AM —
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My wife, two daughters (ages 11 and 14) and I went to out dinner last weekend. We don't do it very often (we cook a lot and order in once in a while), so when we do it's a bit of an event. The girls weren't allowed to use their phones during dinner (neither was dad, sadly). Normally, between my daughters and I, lots of pictures get taken at just about any event and posted to various social media sites (the girls like Instagram, I'm partial to Tumblr and my wife tends to put pics on Facebook). So, it was a bit unusual to go through dinner without anyone taking a picture of the food.
Had a great dinner out last night with the family, but no pics of it were posted to social media, so I'm not sure that it actually happened.
— Chumworth (@chumworth) January 27, 2014
Anyway, it got me to thinking about all those pictures of all that food that we all take and share on social media and via Snapchat and things like that. Maybe restaurants should start advertising the photogenic qualities of their food. Who knows? It could help generate a little more business.
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