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Build . Connect / . Formerly, Director of Design ​​.
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DC 13h
Replying to @joshpuckett
Ugh, welcome to the neighborhood. I live nearby. Common occurrence, even in garages. Terrible.
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DC Apr 13
Replying to @nikestore
Unsure was a gift from my wife a year or two ago? Unlikely that she still has the receipt. Likely the SF Union Square Nike Store though.
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DC Apr 13
Refrained from pulling out the down leakage from my vest, but seeing feathers floating by here and there. Anyone know how to prevent this from happening worse?
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DC Apr 13
This was quite the tease. It went up once or twice and then the wind tipped it over.
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DC Apr 12
Replying to @edorsey @AmShipEric
And so as you guys described, a bunch of networks / silos with their internal friction. Then even more friction accessing and communicating across these networks. Inefficiency driven by both limited data visibility (purposeful) and methods of communicating that data.
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DC Apr 12
Replying to @edorsey @AmShipEric
Every broker just ends up trying to process the daily truck lists from their carrier relationships or spamming the most popular load boards because of the silos. And carriers are doing the same, scanning all the popular loads boards or going to their big shippers' boards.
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DC Apr 12
Replying to @edorsey @AmShipEric
All I see are the same problems. Fragmented market means fragmented ways of communication. Some O/O will want to do things by email, some by text, some by an app. Larger fleets will have their own TMS that need to integrate. Folks don't appreciate how people will access data.
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DC Apr 12
Replying to @edorsey @AmShipEric
Appreciate this thread. Seen TMSes w/ their respective portals. EDI & plays on replacing EDI. Even systems focused around emails for "collaboration". At the end of the day, still seeing people re-enter data way too often. Then people bring up blockchain / smart contracts...
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DC Apr 11
Hell. Another delay. Come on . Of the flights I've taken with you this year, majority of them were delayed. Bad equipment, pilot time outs... gave up after bought you guys?
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Michael Cho Apr 10
I remember during my earliest years as an illustrator, I would procrastinate as long as I could and then work in a flurry of panic. I thought this was “inspiration” but it was really just fear. I slowly learned to plan and take things step by step and this gave me confidence.
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David Sacks Apr 8
I like the concept of product-market-fit but has a point about category design: Those who define the category usually win the category. An example of this...
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DC Apr 8
Functional use of color!!!
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DC Apr 8
Replying to @VirginAmerica
1598, don't worry about it. Not a big deal. Nothing compared 1715 on 3/22, that flight was a mess.
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DC Apr 8
Great weekend for USA Wrestling. Dominant.
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DC Apr 8
Our flight delayed due to not one but four broken seatbelts. Took them over an hour to "fix" them... 🤦🏻‍♂️
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DC Apr 8
Cats in Japan were brought over from Korea. News to me. Japan’s / Maneki Neko exhibit . Another great exhibit. Going to create a series with famous cats. Hello !
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DC Apr 2
Post-product sync at Stevens Transport, unexpectedly got to jump in with the recruits & took a around the test track w/ a 53' trailer. Appreciate the drivers who get us the things we need everyday while managing 74', 80k lbs, & terrible drivers on the road.
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DC Apr 1
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DC Mar 29
Got a flat this morning while riding to work then came across 3 scooters. Chained up the bike, downloaded the app & jumped on one. High ride height, decent speed makes me feel more secure riding between cars. Use code KLZAAW to get a free ride!
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DC Mar 26
Replying to @davemorin @path and 3 others
My close friends (subset of / / ) and I still use it every day.
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