You might recall the PR hit the good folks at Domino's Pizza® took a few months ago. A couple of employees posted an absurd, make that obscene, video spitting and other things on a pizza apparently set for home delivery.
Then they posted it on YouTube. Millions saw it. Unfair to Domino's? You bet. The good news comes twofold.
First, the employees are charged with food tampering, which is against the law. Nothing like having a felony on your resume.
The real good news is what Domino's did next, and because it involves computers, hence today’s blog.
Let’s face it, ordering a pizza for home delivery is one of life’s simple pleasures. Now when you order a pizza from Domino's for home delivery, you can order it online, then track it from the time it enters the oven, who made it and when to expect to have it delivered.
As I’ve said so many times before when we first started out teaching people how to use their computers, it’s always fun to see how things have evolved the past 22 years.
From MS-DOS to tracking your pizza.
Extra sausage please.
John W. Scherer
John is CEO & Founder of Video Professor, Inc.
You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.