“In South Korea, 20 percent of consumers buy groceries online, and both in the United Kingdom and Japan, 7.5 percent of consumers do.” In America, we shop for just about everything else online, but the numbers when it comes to online groceries are still relatively low. Alana Semuels in The Atlantic: Why People Still Don’t Buy Groceries Online. (I can’t imagine letting someone else decide which head of lettuce to select, so this little piggy will always go to market himself.)

+ Buzzfeed: Delivery startups are using tips to fulfill pay promises, and customers are mad. (They just changed the policy, but how could anyone have thought this was OK?)