Computers can do so much -- connect people literally anywhere in the world, create models of probability that allow rocket launches, Snood -- but up to this point, they’ve been woefully unable to spontaneously create tacos. Here to change all that: Seamless, a just-into-Miami web service that lets you lazily roll over, pause Season 3 of One Tree Hill on Netflix, and take about a three-mouseclick path to having men in cars with crappy signs on them bring you any food you want.
Just pop in your address to get a list of restos within delivery range, then avoid phone-style misunderstandings by clicking to add menu items (all of which can be tailored to your liking with add-ons and special instructions like “extra mayo” or “I’m not sure you realize just how much extra mayo I’m talking about here”), and get an estimated delivery time (almost always within the hour) upon checkout.
You can also sort by 40+ categories (Italian, burgers, Chinese, breakfast, etc.), plus peep user reviews, and flag your favorites to easily dig them up later, while Seamless automatically tracks your order history and lets you save your “Favorite” things, so just one click can get you doorbells, and sleigh bells, and schnitzel with noodles.
There’re over 60 restos in the system already (with another 60 soon on the way!), including Damn Good Burger, The Big Pink, Sweet Point Bakery & Cafe, El Vato Tequila & Taco Bar, Rosa Mexicano, La Baguette, The Cafe at Books & Books, Sushi Samba, and I Love Pizza, also the first thing Chad Michael Murray said in his post-game interview, after winning state championship way back in Season 1.