Americans have quickly taken to the Internet to conduct most of their shopping online. It first started with clothes, shoes, and other apparel being delivered by large troops of postmen and women, guys in brown, or the not always reliable (monitor destroying) guys. Soon came purchasing for presents and mementos from auction and craft websites. Along with them, in major cities, ordering food online has become the obvious choice in order to not deal with take-out phone operators. Finally in places like New York City services are appearing to deliver toiletries, baby diapers, and anything that urbanities don’t want to log around from the closest supermarket or pharmacy.