As if this world wasn't wired enough, there's a movement afoot to use technology to bring the "Internet of Things" concept to the dinner table. Realizing that consumers are obsessed with diet, wieght loss, food allergies and a host of other nutrition-related bugaboos, acadamecians, technologists and entrepreneurs are looking to cash in by designing and marketing gadgets under the guise of "The Internet of Food." Everything from automated food scanners and tracking sensors embedded in meat & produce (can you say "Connected Cow?"), to AI-driven diet algorithms designed to help you count calories. (Open the refrigerator door, Hal!) On this episode of Working the web to win, we will endeavor to show you how your relationship with the grocery store is going to go high tech.