Can Wi-Fi Make You a Better Cook?
A few years back, someone sent me a news release about a Wi-Fi-enabled slow cooker. I was intrigued, but I ultimately declined the offer to test it, for one simple reason: I couldn't figure out what I'd do with a Wi-Fi-enabled slow cooker that I wouldn't be able to do with a regular one. A slow cooker is a really simple piece of gear, and higher-end models already have timers that let you program them to automatically switch "cook" to "warm." Because that's the only thing I could imagine using a wired appliance to do, I gave it a pass.
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