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All you can eat

All you can eat is a draw for most people. Having the option to possibly eat anything that you want, as much as you want, is tempting.

Though, an analysis on all you can eat shows that about 5-6 dishes are what the vast majority eats while several items remain untouched. 

All you can eat is, of course, a metaphor for social media, for news, for entertainment content, and for the Internet in general today.

Pay a fixed price each month and have access to all you can eat.

Once you get used to all you can eat, there is a huge inertia in going a la carte, where you need to be intentional about each choice you make.

All you can eat is great for passive consumption.

A question to reflect on from time to time - if you weren't in an all you can eat mode, would it change what you were eating? 

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