Oct 12, 2019
Vice President and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research
Interview starts at 13:04 and ends at 51:49
“We don’t want to be constantly wired. We don’t want brain implants. We just want the ability to get information and communication when we need it and the way we need it. Amazon is essentially saying, ‘in your car, on your ear, in your pocket? Sure. In your environment, your home. We’re just going to thread all this together, so that you can use it when you need it, and it just disappears in the background when you don’t.’”
“Is Amazon Unstoppable?” by Charles Duhigg at The New Yorker - October 10, 2019
“Jeff Bezos’s Master Plan” by Franklin Foer at The Atlantic - November, 2019
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