December 17, 2019

Started working on GroceryBox!


After lots of ooing and aahing, I've decided to start an MVP product. I'm very excited about life automation in general, and every time I walk into a grocery store I think 'surely these won't be here in 5 years'. I'm interested in doing a crash-and-burn MVP.

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    hey! Any news/updates on your project?
    Sounds really cool!

Today's Top Milestones
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