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What happened to the 'what i want' and 'what i own'?

by Linnylmt / November 29, 2009 5:32 AM PST

Been a long time since i've been here to visit my profile and I've noticed that I cannot find the 'what i own' this now gone? I had a whole inventory of stuff in there that I would have liked to retrieve...anyway I can get back this information? Thanks for whatever anyone can tell me.

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Sorry, that was removed over a year ago...
by John.Wilkinson / November 30, 2009 3:22 AM PST

Due to very few people actively using that feature, it was removed going on two years ago. All such saved data was deleted (a notification was sent out to newsletter subscribers), but you may find a cached copy on Google, Yahoo, etc. However, the My Lists feature was recently added, so you can begin creating a new wish list of products/software if you desire.


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For the best, and why I'd never use it
by Steven Haninger / November 30, 2009 6:16 AM PST

One could be just asking to be a target of advertisers by broadcasting their buying habits and desires. These folks don't need the help of their potential customers to make them more intrusive.

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