Resevationhop: A Moral Service?

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Waiting in line is an extremely frustrating process. Everyday people are forced to waste time waiting for the service they want just because establishments can’t handle the amount of patrons they receive. Some restaurants take this even further by having week long or even month long wait times with reservation. With the service ReservationHop, customers can skip the waiting process by just paying money. Those who value their time over money would enjoy using this service. Even if some may disagree with the service, ReservationHop it a truly useful service that allows people to be more efficient when eating at restaurants. Restaurants have an obligation to fulfill these customers’ orders, and should not turn them away just because they... View More »

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While some ideas may be controversial, they all set out to provide a service to consumers so they can get what they want, even if they didn’t even know they wanted that service. As always, we should create new technology like ReservationHop with a moral compass, lest we create something that can be misused terribly. In the case of ReservationHop though, the service it provides creates a new useful market to make it more convenient to eat out.
In conclusion, ReservationHop is an innovate new idea that should not be criticized for its moral implications. It allows the marketing of a service that many would pay money to benefit from and provides a new company that strives to do what it advertises. Restaurants are able to receive a greater variance of customers, and customers will be able to better plan their culinary excursions at the cost of a few dollars. In the end, everyone benefits and everyone is able hold up the duties placed on to them. ...

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