Check out the tiny skulls. Can you figure out where each bone goes?
Big Mac Hurting as Customers Get Picker
Next, we heard from the historian. Ike shared an article about touch screen ordering and customer preference at McDonald's. McDonald's specializes in consistent delivery of quick and affordable food. Custom orders are more complicated and cost more money. But not everyone likes their burgers the same. When you're looking for something a little special or you really don't feel like the pickles you might shop somewhere else. In order to make their customers happy, McDonald's will try out the "Create Your Taste" touchscreen ordering process at 2,000 of its 14,000 US locations. Thanks Ike!
Finally, Jack shared his super cool experiment. It tied in well with the density columns we made with Julie Wille. First Jack combined water and oil. We learned that water and oil definitely don't get along and the oil sits on top because it is lighter. Next Jack helped us hypothesize what would happen if we added salt to the mixture.