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29 September 2004
Filed under:E-commerce,Useful web resources,Weblogs at12:42 pm

The “Watchcow”:http://www.watchcow.net/ creates an RSS feed that tells you when any product’s price changes on Amazon in the US, in the UK or in Germany.

Thanks to searchenginewatch for the link.

1 Comment

  1. The combination of the internet, broadband and rss-type technologies is going to produce some very interesting results. Currently there are a lot of middlemen making money out of matching people and products, but they are slowly going to get squeezed as this sort of technology takes hold. Ultimately this has to be a good thing in that people will get exactly what they want at the price they want and its going to be harder for people to become instant millionaires at the expense of others.

    Comment by sgb — 5 October 2004 @ 10:18 am

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