Restaurant menu screens are looking at you to decide what you might want to eat. “You’ll walk up to a kiosk in a quick service restaurant and a tiny camera will scan your features, registering your height, age, gender, and mood. Instantly, it will adjust its display, selecting meal options picked just for you.” (Good, because I feel like an idiot every time I say Venti.)

+ From Pickled Fish to Italian Red Meat, Lay’s makes a wide range of chips for its customers in China.

+ I included a non-gift link in yesterday’s newsletter. Here’s the gift link for this from the NYT: Six-Figure Artworks, by a Fifth Grader. Andres Valencia’s paintings have sold for more than $125,000. And he’s 10 years old. (Really, the kid is the one who should be getting you gifts…)