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Rasmus Andersson
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Rasmus Andersson 19h
Replying to @soopa @USPS
Both me and Mel were shocked at first, but a minute later asked him. He said no one had answered the door and since one of the packages were lost in the system, he thought he did us a favor by throwing it up onto our roof. These were “leave at door” packages, BTW 🤷‍♂️
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Rasmus Andersson 19h
Replying to @swalddo @USPS
This is not the first time package delivery has failed. Usually the cost of the package is smaller than the cost of taking time off work to go on this long hunt, so we just reorder the lost/undelivered items.
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Rasmus Andersson 19h
Replying to @swalddo @USPS
The issue was that it was accidentally marked as delivered, but not actually delivered. I even went down to the central mail office in SF and the people there were nice and really tried, but we’re in the end not able to do anything.
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Rasmus Andersson May 18
Replying to @karrisaarinen @USPS
There’s a lot more to the story (like driving to the SF mail office and working with the people there, at no luck.) It’s funny, but unfortunate.
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Rasmus Andersson May 18
Replying to @USPS
4/ I hear the mailbox rattle and sprint out on the street in my socks, catching him. Here comes the crazy part: He says he threw our packages on the roof. Yes, on the f-omg roof! We climb up onto the roof and surely there are two wet packages. WTF ?!
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Rasmus Andersson May 18
Replying to @rsms
3/ He says that he attempted delivery and immediately changed his story and says he delivered to the wrong house and would try again next day. Next day no package. This is one day before I leave for vacation. Today as I’m packing to leave, he miraculously delivers mail —
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Rasmus Andersson May 18
Replying to @rsms
2/ He promises to try to redeliver next day. No package next day. I contact USPS customer support, but since package is marked as delivered, they can’t do anything. Next day I manage to wait by the door (mail arrives between 7-9pm for us) and catches the mailman.
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Rasmus Andersson May 18
1/ This is going to be hard to believe: The very short version: 1. Mailman accidentally marks package as delivered, but leave a not-delivered pink note. 2. Over days, I hunt down various mailmen (even driving to chase their mail cars.) Most are very kind ppl. Finally find “mine”
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Rasmus Andersson May 17
Replying to @soopa @jtaby
However, 70% of the rest of IC work can surely be done in a distributed manner. My dream is to have long chunks of undisturbed work time + ~10 hours of AFK, physical discussion time with coworkers (per week.)
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Rasmus Andersson May 17
Replying to @soopa @jtaby
I find it incredibly important to talk face-to-face with my coworkers in a physical setting. Often our greatest ideas comes from a relaxed group conversation while grabbing coffee or at the communal lunch tables.
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Rasmus Andersson May 17
Replying to @jtaby
Yeah, that one is too small IMHO. Since I absolutely dread the touch bar, I’m still on the older-gen MBP, so no 5k for me. Went with a high-density Dell instead (P2715Q)
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Rasmus Andersson May 16
(Wish I could read that article, but has a crazy layout and Safari isn’t able to do its reader mode thing.)
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Marcin Wichary May 14
Fascinated by UIs that accidentally amass memories. One of them is the wi-fi “preferred networks” pane – unexpected reminders of business trips, vacations, accidental detours, once frequented and now closed cafés.
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Dov Kadin May 15
This is truly unacceptable for the center of a 12 million person megaregion.
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Rasmus Andersson May 15
Replying to @leeb @RobinhoodApp
❤️
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Lee Byron May 15
I recently left Facebook after working there for nearly 10 years. I’m excited to share that I’m joining to help lead web engineering.
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Ulrik Stoch Jensen May 15
Replying to @rsms
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Rasmus Andersson May 15
Replying to @ulrikstoch
Woah!
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Rasmus Andersson May 15
Replying to @zachgibson
Oh yes indeed. (We’ve been working with you guys re Figma :–)
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Ryan Putnam May 15
Replying to @rsms
The cartoonist Hartley Lin his Young Frances comic book.
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