I like this concept: “Just press and never run out”. It’s the Amazon Dash Button: http://amazon.com/… – intended to be stuck onto appliances, basically retrofitting ones that don’t have them built in (in the future). Pressing a button orders refills of products, just like Amazon one click ordering online.
What would you put a button on? Scary or useful?
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