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“To celebrate, Roger has started a blog, which he refers to as a plog because it largely exists to plug his forthcoming book.”
“And, as a minor side note to Mr. Jacobson, whom I suspect may read the response on the web despite his contempt for our medium: The word "plog" is currently the subject of a trademark application by Amazon. com.”
“The author Robert Ferringo has a mini site on the page which Amazon calls plog - promotional blog? where he posts about the book and answers questions.”
“Amazon customers can have a personalized blog (which Amazon calls a "plog") that culls posts from multiiple author blogs.”
“Have you or do you know anyone who has created a library "plog"?”
“I cannot hear "plog" without assuming that milk caps are involved.”
“In other news, I made a "plog" on Amazon--not at all sure what to put there.”
“Fidelity gets its own content area and a "plog" where it'll presumably show off its financial know-how.”
“In the previous 'plog' Phil commented on their work in a very sensitive area, where they were monitored closely even having police watching them as they "shared" with 300 people gathered in the area.”
“And as for the server logs, all you gave me was a bunch of usernames: plog, agilf, cleth.”
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