Monday, July 19, 2010

Amazon has disrupted book sales in the UK and around the globe, to the point where a shipping container of stuff arrives almost everyday at New Zealand Customs to check through all the books that those eager Kiwis have ordered in an effort to avoid the massively overinflated prices for books that are already in their own language.

Now they want to take on Tesco in their back yard with the ability for customers to order their groceries from their online portal.

Looks like you can only order non-perishables, so no emergency pint of milk [yet]. So rather than getting your joint of ham for the Sunday lunch looks like it would be a can of the old Monty Python favourite. So make that