The North American Magazine Inc. found and published J’s profileeff Bezos on Amazon before he became one of the richest people in the world. It contains six reviews that the manager made between 2000 and 2006 and that deal with non-fiction books, a novel, a movie, binoculars and a brand of milk. All of them are rated with five stars. Then you have the reviews.
1. Review of the movie ‘Life is beautiful
Jeff Bezos commented that it was hysterically funny yet heartbreaking and had an amazing use of color. The only criticism is that he regretted that the DVD did not include deleted scenes. “With Benigni, I think it would be particularly fun to see the discards,” he wrote.
2. Review of some Canon binoculars
The billionaire confessed that they were the “best binoculars” he had ever used. Thus, he stressed that the stabilization guaranteed by the commented product allowed it to be used without a tripod. However, Bezos noted two complaints: “First, for such an expensive product, the neck strap should be pre-installed; not a big deal, but it would be good for the customer. the lens were of higher quality and attachable to the unit so they don’t get lost. Again, it’s not a big deal. “
3. Review of the book ‘The Proving Grounds: The Inside Story of the 1998 Sydney to Hobart Race’
Bezos wanted to review this book about how the 1998 Sydney to Hobart race turned into one of the most disastrous sailing events in modern history. The director highlights the author’s ability to portray acts of heroism and fragility, but without judging the protagonists.
4. Review of “Project Orion: The True Story of the Atomic Spaceship”
In April 2002, Jeff Bezos shared in this review his desire to see other planets, a task he will focus on after leaving his position as CEO at Amazon. Thus, he wrote: “For those of us who dream of visiting the outer planets, seeing the rings of Saturn up close without the intermediation of telescopes or charge-coupled devices, well, we practically have to read Orion Project“.
The billionaire makes a defense of the promoters of this project, who in 1958 proposed visiting the outer planets in Orion, a ship propelled by nuclear bombs. “This was not incredible optimism, they had strong technical reasons to believe they could do it,” Jeff Bezos said in his review.
5. ‘Hitting Rock Bottom in the Magic Kingdom’ Review:
Bezos also reviewed novels. Specifically, about a science fiction one: Hitting rock bottom in the magic kingdom explore a reputation economy where people accumulate and lose a reputation coin called a whuffie. “In the end, you will know the characters well enough to be able to judge what impact this new world has, or does not have, on the fundamentals of human nature. Cory Doctorow deserves a lot of whuffie for this novel. Highly recommended,” said Bezos.
6. Review of ‘Tuscany Whole Vitamin D Milk’
The latest of the reviews Jeff Bezos’s profile on Amazon has about is Vitamin D Whole Milk from Tuscan Dairy Products. Following this product, Bezos confessed his passion for vitamin-enriched milk. “I love milk so much that I have been drinking it since the day I was born. However, I don’t think it is Tuscan,” he wrote.