[FoRK] Amazon rolls out their version of a catablog...

Rohit Khare khare at alumni.caltech.edu
Mon Aug 2 18:04:45 PDT 2004


> What is a Plog?
>  The Plog™ Service provides a personalized blog for each Amazon.com  
> customer. A blog is a straightforward and now widely adopted method of  
> posting a reverse chronological diary on the Internet. Here's a list  
> of some of the best and most popular blogs:
> 	• 	Boing Boing--A directory of wonderful things
> 	• 	Gizmodo--Reviews and charts the latest gadget trends
> 	• 	MobileWhack--Energetic discussions of mobile technology
> 	• 	Megnut--Evolving communication through blogging since 1999
> 	• 	John Robb's Weblog--Thriving on rapid change
> 	• 	Jeremy Zawodny's blog--Daily ramblings on life and technology
> 	• 	www.lileks.com--The Institute of Official Cheer
> 	• 	Gina Smith's BIOTECH--Tech/biotech journalist and author
> 	• 	defective yeti--The musings of Matthew Baldwin, Pretty Okay Guy
> 	• 	InstaPundit.com--The Blogfather
> 	• 	Talking Points Memo by joshua micah marshall--A thoughtful  
> contemplation of current affairs
> 	• 	andrewsullivan.com--A respected intellectual columnist blogger
> 	• 	Intel Dump--Near-real-time military analysis
> 	• 	Daily Kos--Political analysis and other daily rants on the state  
> of the nation
> 	• 	Six Apart--Six Log is the weblog of Six Apart, the company behind  
> TypePad and Movable Type
>  Your Amazon.com Plog is a diary of events that will enhance your  
> shopping experience, helping you discover products that have just been  
> released, track changes to your orders, and many other things. Just  
> like a blog, your Plog is sorted in reverse chronological order. When  
> we think we have something interesting or important to tell you, we'll  
> post it to your Plog.
>  Go to the Plog panel in Your Account to change Plog settings.

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