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By: EllieK http://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2013/08/06/jeff-bezos-and-his-journalists/comment-page-1/#comment-47807 Sun, 11 Aug 2013 20:36:09 +0000 https://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/?p=22310#comment-47807 Ken of CA,
I wish it WERE your decision, how to treat Amazon warehouse workers! The cognitive dissonance rankles. If Bezos were a grumpy son of a son of a Walton or other scion of inherited wealth, it would not shock me. Yet Amazon’s corporate persona has been books, health food and eco-friendly products, then AWS (sort of) making computing resources accessible to all, with PaaS. Amazon doesn’t refuse to carry legal products, like Walmart, but they are similar enough. I was so naive.

Agreed, Amazon prices aren’t so much less, than others. They are very reliable, with good about customer service and delivery. That may be changing, based on hearsay, but I haven’t noticed it.

As for the high-end fine art, that seems wacky. Here’s why: Art brokers are not rent-seeking when one is purchasing an original oil painting by Warhol, Picasso or Manet, for $500,000 to three million dollars. That’s because art dealers confirm authenticity, assess the condition and know details of provenance. I’m certain that it would be transported correctly, etc. There are a limited number of fine art works extant in the world. If an individual wants to own one, and has the money to do so, and responsibly care for it, I have no objection (some would say it was wrong because it should be in a museum instead; that is not my belief).

Yet Amazon is just listing these paintings with length by width, artist name and title, and promising next day shipment. You don’t sell expensive, fragile, rare items the same as bulk dry goods. That was the basis for my comparison with the Washington Post. Ebooks, rare fine art work and journalists aren’t fungible commodities. Jeff Bezos must realize this, of course, but selling fine art on Amazon.com is recent, and odd.

Thank you so much for replying to my comment! I appreciate that.

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By: eric20008 http://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2013/08/06/jeff-bezos-and-his-journalists/comment-page-1/#comment-47806 Fri, 09 Aug 2013 20:04:11 +0000 https://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/?p=22310#comment-47806 This is a fine and wise analysis of the Post’s downfall. It is no longer a great paper but that is partly by choice, too, and not simply due to resources. Katharine Weymouth is there because of nepotism – not proven ability. And so was Donald Graham for that matter. The NY Times knows who its audience is: New York’s financial, cultural, intellectual and political elites and those who want to join them. The Post’s management does not. Jeff Bezos would do well to begin with choosing a new management team that refocuses its resources.

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By: KenG_CA http://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2013/08/06/jeff-bezos-and-his-journalists/comment-page-1/#comment-47805 Thu, 08 Aug 2013 18:37:41 +0000 https://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/?p=22310#comment-47805 EllieK, I don’t condone Bezos’ treatment of warehouse workers, and I wouldn’t do the same if it was my call, but it’s not. He isn’t much different than Wal-Mart in that respect, paying what the market demands for that kind of labor. However, unlike Wal-Mart, their employee/contractor base is not large enough to undermine the society. And I don’t view them as a rapacious competitor, just a competent one in a sea of incompetence. Their prices aren’t that much better, and certainly not the main reason why most of their customers shop there – it’s because it’s convenient, and their service is far better than most retailers – almost every brick and mortar retailer treats their workers like the replaceable drones they have made them, and the result is horrible service (I dread going into almost every store). And as for their on-line competition, their sites are no match for Amazon, they often reek of bad design and bugs.

Does it make sense to sell original classics on Amazon? It does if they sell and the cost of trying is next to nothing. What’s wrong with that, you don’t like rent-seeking art brokers losing control of their markets and their 7- and 8-digit incomes? And how does that business foretell how he will manage his newspaper?

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