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homework:
while the early web was rooted in academia and the counter culture of

california,the web's first great commercial venture had its roots in newyork

with a dream of whole a new interactive relationship with customers.
i think the thing that we got right is a ture absessive focus on customers

experience.
Amason has become the world's most popular online retailer,it has a customer

base of 124 million people worldwide,buying product that range from its core

business,books, to anything from TV,to food,to clothes.
in 1994,jaff bezos was an analyst newyork hedge fund,he was struck by commercial

opportunities suddenly being opened up by the web.
webusage was growing at 2300 percent a year,i have never seen anything grow that

quickly even though it was clear that baseline usage of the web is very

small,most people had never heard of the web in 1994.it was also pretty clear

that anything growing that fast today,though tiny today,is going to be the

ubiquitous tommorrow.
he had very i think very Napoleonic scale to what he want to do from the

beginning,but meanwhile the step on was making the bookstore.and that in of

itself was very unusual undertaking.
bazos realized the fundamental problem of a conventional bookstore is the

size,this one,for example,can hold about 5000 titles,so no matter how well runn

it is,the choice will always be limited.
what you could do online that you could never do in a physical store is built a

bookstore with complete selection,universal selection,so that become the

founding dream of amazon.
where amazon blaze a trail,others would follow.the commercialization of the web

was a beginning of evolution of shopping and the fundamental shift in a web's

value.the rate of growth  was astounding,if you need any other reassurance you

are onto something huge,the company was just taking off nothing else in this

history of retail.
the global instant and free space had become a global instant and free market.all around the world enterprisers seized upon a way of making.
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