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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.

    Follow-ups

  • 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.

    All Paper, No News - Anil Dash

  • 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.

    For those with a powerful suspension of disbelief

  • Amazon customers can have a personalized blog (which Amazon calls a "plog") that culls posts from multiiple author blogs.

    February 2006

  • Have you or do you know anyone who has created a library "plog"?

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • I cannot hear "plog" without assuming that milk caps are involved.

    Fighting the ninja menace in Georgia, one UGA student at a time

  • In other news, I made a "plog" on Amazon--not at all sure what to put there.

    Schmoetry

  • Fidelity gets its own content area and a "plog" where it'll presumably show off its financial know-how.

    ClickZ News Blog

  • 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.

    Oversight of Souls

  • And as for the server logs, all you gave me was a bunch of usernames: plog, agilf, cleth.

    It's October, 1956.

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