The Washington Times — “Web buying to become closer to real shopping”, a San Francisco-based firm headed by the man who refined Amazon’s product recommendation system, is moving to make your shopping experience even more personal, while not compromising your privacy. The goal is admittedly commercial; the firm wants to help online marketers sell more products. At the same time, they hope to make your shopping experience a bit more life-like.

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