Examples of real 3x ideas: • Dropbox/Box: Cheaply share files without coordination or friction • Instacart: Get groceries delivered—without a big cost premium • Uber: Get a cab 3x faster, in 3x more locations, and for cheaper
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Well my eyes were full of greed today when I seen a $75 batch, 2 deliveries with 14 items and failed to see it actually had 64 units had 20 “cases” Sport drink and 6 cases of water. And because I was 4 cases short and had to do replacements my tip was lowered $8.90!! pic.twitter.com/FhEVyc3yJg
so I accidentally pasted: "NO EPISTEMIC NORM FOR ACTION" into my Instacart shopper chat...I was trying to google the paper and fucked up...and now it's awkward.
It took me less than 10 minutes to set up and account and order cases of water for delivery through instacart. https://twitter.com/bissellcentre/status/1407370727825698816 …
Instacart confirmed to me that it's running a "small experiment" that removes the option for people to tip before they receive order. Uber works this way & drivers report 2/3rds of customers don't tip.
Sometimes I think I'd enjoy being an Instacart shopper. Then I remember that I use Instacart cause I hate shopping and driving.