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As somebody else said up above, restaurant web sites are often terrible because they value form over substance. My favorite sites have a PDF of the menu, or an HTML menu available. The menu on the web site should be accurate, up to date, readable, accessible (to the blind for instance) and searchable. These are the proper priorities. Having it look like handwritten text on a chalkboard? Not so much.
If you -are- using a chalkboard inside the restaurant, is retyping the menu onto a device for upload to your website more work? Of course it is. Too bad.
All that said, I do wonder whether the market can bear a $200 price for this device.
Clearly computers -are- my toys.
BREAKING NEWS: Media outlets are biased.
Seriously man, it has run down the curtain and joined the choir invisible.
THIS IS AN EX-PLATFORM!!
The title is basically buzzfeed for science.
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