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Max The Magnificent
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Could this be the Pandora for TV programs?
Max The Magnificent   7/17/2013 5:33:49 PM
I know that Netflix has the most amazing understanding of their customers based on their intimate knowledge as to what we all search for and watch, but this is the first I've heard of a more generic tool.

When you consider how Pandora grew over the years for music, having the equivalent for TV programs could actually be quite an interprising enterprise.

Maybe it was just luck, but I was quite impressed by the fact that the system introduced me to several things I'd quite like to see right from the get-go.

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