March Madness starts Thursday, kicking off three weeks of misused sick days, illegitimate conference room usage, and coming back from lunch really, really drunk. Wedge sustenance into your busy non-schedule with GetQuik.com. Founded by Santa Clara's Ken Ryu ("SHORYUKEN!"), GQ's a seamless-web-style dining aide that streamlines the delivery/takeout process to the point where a couple of clicks practically shoves the food into your cheeping beak. Enter your location to view nearby options (200+ in the greater Bay Area), then select your spot and add all the mains, sides, and beverages to your cart Amazon-style (minus the "customers who bought this taco" feature). Your free account stores ordering preferences along with your credit card info, making the process increasingly facile while providing a depressingly concrete record of your dependence on extra bacon ($1.25). GQ's beta version mainly covers South Bay, but over the next three months they're working their way northward to cover the whole city, as well as making the entire service mobile-friendly -- which will keep you in speedy grub once your antics lead to April Unemployment.