Five reasons you need recipes on your cell

McNamara, Paul
December 2007
Network World;12/17/2007, Vol. 24 Issue 49, p42
Trade Publication
The article highlights two issues related to information technology in the U.S. Mobio Networks Inc. new mobile services of recipe access provides various benefits, including an anytime, anywhere access of recipe information especially during situations like providing a sensing and teachable moment, addresses boredom and helps create a sumptuous meal in an impromptu preparation. An article that narrates the author's experience in riding a car that was drived by a "Network World" chief executive officer John Gallant which make him realize the importance and power of observations.


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