For my wishlist: a start page that learns

Pamela Meyers said that her husband, whose gift choices have never reflected any outward recognition of her desire to learn Spanish, nor of the fact that she looks terrible in orange, rarely, if ever, communicates with Meyers while away on any of his frequent business trips. #

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5 thoughts on “For my wishlist: a start page that learns”

  1. Sounds like you’re looking for something like Findory. It’s the difference between a page that personalizes itself for you rather than a page that you customize for yourself.

  2. You’re right, Chris. I often forget about Findory, but it’s a really nice service. I’m not sure why I keep forgetting about it…it just feels like something is missing. I’ve never been able to pinpoint what’s missing. I’ll look at it again.

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