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Secret weapon revealed.
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DC Jun 15
200k orders a day, fully automated. Four employees to service the robots. Next stop, "retail as a service." Does not have a Fulfilled by yet?
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DC Jun 15
Replying to @DesignUXUI
Yes, still to this day, don’t think anything beats it for event planning.
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DC Jun 15
Replying to @alex
There’s still a company?!
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DC Jun 15
Replying to @typesfast
Maybe, until you see someone whiz by you. Then you’ll want to jump on a Whiz too. Nobody beats the Wiz.
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Teemu Paivinen Jun 13
1) We are in the strangest market right now in crypto. Many seed valuations are north of 200M, yet the market has been in decline for months and seemingly no one is doing ICOs anymore so the quick exit is gone. What's going on?
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Yanda 🐼 Jun 13
A startup is not a company: it's an experiment to see if a company deserves to exist. Until p/m-fit, speed of hypothesis testing trumps everything. Startups die when they spend faster than they learn.
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DC Jun 14
Let's hope San Francisco follows suit because getting around this city is a pain in the ass. Bicycle, motorcycle, ride-sharing, bus, BART, light rail... the more options the better.
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DC Jun 13
Should I be buying into the companies selling the shovels? , , who else? Missed the boat already?
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DC Jun 12
While reading this, realized factories or warehouses fully manned by robots will be dark if not pitch black places. Why spare the expense in punching openings in the building envelope or wasting electricity on lighting when sight isn't needed?
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DC Jun 12
Watched 's The Toys That Made Us episode over a bowl of cereal (fitting). No mention of Binaltech / Alternators. Works of art basing them on production cars.
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DC Jun 12
When all loads are at "backhaul" rates. And is there no concept of fuel surcharges in China?
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DC Jun 11
Is this considered privatizing infrastructure? But in the spirit of the original turnpike companies. No direct profit from the road itself, but focused on all the side benefits. Like great PR for .
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DC Jun 11
Why didn't they just scan or make copies of everything before handing it over to Trump? And what is he hiding that he's compelled to shred everything?
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DC Jun 11
Not trying to rain on the 's parade but the lawyers must be salivating. Or are the terms pretty ironclad?
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DC Jun 11
Following 's model? Build internal tools / processes, then productize them for competitors (or suppliers). Interesting data play of renting out beta products to test the market. seems to be crushing it:
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DC Jun 11
I suppose services like , , or even ones like aren't in the position to help out the ?
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DC Jun 11
LOL. On the surface this cracks me up. I guess doesn't like the idea of buying volatile assets on credit. But scamming their own customers? No problem.
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DC Jun 8
"Naked dudes and shit." I see this type of immersive art all the time in San Francisco.
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DC Jun 7
Replying to @dcdomain
Looks like some other folks are experiencing similar issues. Never had a problem w/ my older iPhones.
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