Rather than writing the first post about the future of Internet 3.0 Application, I found it more fitting to invoke the memories of the past. As history doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes — and I found it more fitting to share the original SEC letter by Jeff Bezos about the maniacal focus of Amazon in the early days of the World Wide Web:
From the beginning, our focus has been on offering our customers compelling value. We realized that the Web was, and still is, the World Wide Wait. Therefore, we set out to offer customers something they simply could not get any other way, and began serving them with books. We brought them much more selection than was possible in a physical store (our store would now occupy 6 football fields), and presented it in a useful, easy-to-search, and easy-to-browse format in a store open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. We maintained a dogged focus on improving the shopping experience, …"
As for Timeless, we share the same passion for creating net positive value for the user. In our first Medium Post - Why We Need “Time” for the $10T Service Economy, I shared our vision of creating value for the users by giving them new services that are previously not possible, and our goal is to find meaningful values for our customers by matching their time for services.
From here and onward, it is a brave new frontier for the Timeless team. We will continue to dream big and dream crazy.