...perfect job for you. What, did you think I was going to wax--or wane, depending on your point of view--intellectual on matters of the heart again?
Let me explain: I just spent the last hour on Amazon.com. It started innocently enough, with me just looking up some of the new releases from Safari, to see if any were worth "bookmarking" in my Technical wishlist (hint hint?).
Veteran Amazon shoppers will probably already be shaking their heads in bemusement over my naïveté.
You see, whenever you are foolish enough to add something to your wishlist, Amazon is helpful enough to show you what other people who shopped for that book also shopped for, as well as what other people who shopped for items contained in your wishlist also shopped for. Since my Technical wishlist (got that link yet, kids?) is chock full o' excellent technical books, this is a damned useful feature. To wit (you will probably want to clicky clicky so's you can read-y read-y):
Of course, this can be a huge time sink, and worse yet, for Amazon employees, you can wind up owing your soul to the company store.
But seriously, if you work for a company and still think your product is great, that is probably a good sign.