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    Looks like some people with an Amazon account have got a plog, kind of an automated blog with Amazon recommendations and stuff. I have not been such a person, so I'm inclined to think it's either a hoax or some kind of beta-testing-only-reserved-to-the-chosen (much like GMail). Some people got one, apparently, and news sites such as Clickz are writing serious articles about it, so it must be true. Just a matter of waiting, then.

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    De: Pjorge Fecha: 2004-06-05 17:56

    I had one for a few days. But not anymore.



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    De: JJ Fecha: 2004-06-06 08:45

    It comes and goes, then?



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