August 2, 2004

Amazon rolls out their version

Uncategorized By: ams

Amazon.com: What is a Plog?

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.

E-mail plog-feedback@amazon.com to share your thoughts and suggestions on this feature. We’ll read everything you send, although we cannot promise an individual response.

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