We live in a society where we are always trying to find the next best thing, as fast as possible. From owning only a couple of new clothes every year, people now go through more than 10 a month. News that would only reach us once a day now bombards our senses at 6000 tweets a second. Diseases that once had to be carefully diagnosed and the medicine prepared by hand, have now turned into a list of symptoms treated with blister-packs of pills. But what does this mean for our healthcare, the information that we consume or our sense of fashion?