Friday April 3, 2020

Life on demand

From delivering pizza to finding the right outfit for your on-demand dinner date, are we becoming prisoners of the one-click instinct?

23rd October, 2016

Staying in is the new going out. Well, not exactly, but at least you can eat well and look good while you’re at it.

A host of ‘on-demand’ app-based services have launched in Ireland in recent months, several years after sharing economy hype promised us the world at the click of a button. Now you can hire a supermarket ‘picker’ to shop your grocery list at Lidl and deliver everything hours later, using...

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