Introducing: the i-Pad, Diner-Friendly Wine List

Living| On Tuesday we shared an important Wired magazine essay about the future of the Internet, as apps replace browser searching.

You wouldn’t sit down in a restaurant and start searching the Internet for information about wines. Like Anne, you might be happy to take your wine list on an iPad, using technology to search a pre-loaded database of 1,350 labels, like the Bone’s of Atlanta wine offering.

Being a Wine Spectator rating devotee, she assumes she can quickly track interesting, well-prices wines by rating. This NYTimes read is a example of how the Internet is shifting as a data transport system, with the real value being in the curated experience of apps culling htorugh information, as our personal search assistants.