This NYC legislation to cap the number of Ubers on the road under the guise of a congestion "study" is infuriating. It's not difficult to see right through it.
There are, of course, thousands of restaurants that will deliver directly to your door through a frenetic network of young men on scooters and makeshift electric bicycles — the original on-demand service, so ancient that neither the Valley nor the Bay can take credit for inventing it.
The NYC delivery network is best-in-class and is fundamentally built in. It makes me feel ridiculous paying $ for food delivery in a city like San Francisco. The Verge talks about AmazonFresh here.
In a company that's moving quickly, it's easy to accept certain routines or travel far down paths that end up being detrimental to your overall growth.
From Scaling culture with feedback on the Wistia blog.