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It's based on a initiative called Schema.org. Google announced this feature for Gmail in May 2013: http://gmailblog.blogspot.dk/2013/05/take-action-right-from-inbox.html Quotes from the post (emphasis and linkifying mine): Email is an important part of how we get things done -- from planning an event with friends to organizing that family vacation to ...


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After logging in to your amazon account, you can go to the Credit Redeem page. Then click the "Enter Your Code" button. It will bring up a dialog with all your credit balances.


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http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/17278 Script Summary: Adds 2 buttons to the Amazon Wishlist page: 1 for a printable version of the page, and another for CSV export. Here's how to install userscripts.


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Click on "Your Account" in the upper right of the main page. At the bottom, click "View and edit your browsing history"


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You can use the minus sign (-) in front of the terms you want to exclude from the search results. For example: stephen king -dark


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Navigate to: Amazon Web Services > Account > Account Activity Expand the entry under Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud That will show the full breakdown of the hours used and the cost to you. Simply divide to find your hourly cost. If you want to be more granular, you can download your Usage Report: Amazon Web Services > Account > Usage Reports ...


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You get 750 free hours of Linux micro instance time per month for one year after signing up for your AWS account. It's up to you how you use it: you can run one instance for the whole year, or you can run multiple instances for shorter periods. It's completely OK to stop and start instances. See http://aws.amazon.com/free/ for details.


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Do you any extensions (FasterFox for example) or plugins installed that could be pre-fetching the links on the google search page, this would cause what you're observing as the browser (along with your amazon cookies) would still be hitting those pages.


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You get a year of running the equivalent of 1 micro instance for 1 years with moderate bandwidth. It used to be pretty easy to breach the limits on the EBS, but they seem to have raised that now. After 12 months you have to pay for what you are using, but remember there's more than just turning off any instances, you have to remember to delete everything in ...


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If you have the Invisible Hand extension installed, this information can be leaked. See http://www.cnet.com/8301-31361_1-20004265-254.html


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As of now, no. However, the only way other people will see it is if they specifically search for you using your name or email address - If you want it to be private, just change your name to something else, and link only the friends you want to see it using share, and let them know the reasoning behind changing your name so they don't think you're insane. ...


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I would use the following Google search: layman site:amazon.com/review


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According to a post in a Amazon support forum, Amazon customer support mentioned that this feature was removed: Unfortunately, the option "I own it" checkbox on the product pages is no longer available on our website. Another poster mentioned that it is possible to search for items and mark them as owned with this link: ...


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Amazon accounts can receive Donations but there are a few caveats. (Taken from this article) Who can use Amazon Simple Pay Donations? Amazon Simple Pay Donations can be used by U.S.-based, IRS-certified 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organizations to collect donations. Follow a few quick and easy instructions to set up your Amazon Payments Business ...


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Finally I found it here: Abusing Amazon images.


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The easiest method was to use Gladinet to mount my Amazon Cloud Drive in Windows, which allowed me to Ctrl-A and drag-and-drop from File Explorer. The starter edition (free) of Gladinet limits you to "1000 items per task" (I think that means copying 1000 items at a time).


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I finally found a good solution today: Put the product on your wishlist, then go to the wishlist page and delete it, it will basically ask you why you deleted it, and you can can basically say, "because I own it"


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This information is a little buried on the Amazon website, but does come up on the Pricing tab on the Sell on Amazon page. Near the end of the checklists you'll find the following: So with the free account you can only sell products already listed on Amazon, to list something new you'll need a £25 a month Pro account.


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To answer my own question: No, it will not interrupt you. Even if you go over the time limit, you can watch the entire movie as long as you start before the 24 hour mark.


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This is not possible. You can only view reviews all of the same rating or all of them together. You can't have it group reviews with four stars (★★★★☆) and five stars (★★★★★) together. On top of this, Amazon only allows you to rate based on whole stars. Therefore you cannot filter by half stars, like 3.5 (★★★♦☆), which are non-existent as an option when ...


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There doesn't appear to be a way to do this other than by scripting. This seems like a good suggestion to put to Amazon though.


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You can actually add things to your Amazon wishlists that are not available on the site using a bookmarklet by using use their universal wish-list service http://www.amazon.co.uk/wishlist/universal/ref=wl_eywl_uwl Based on your description "I love Amazon's wishlist" I would say this would be a good option for you


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You can install Amazon Cloud Player for PC and download your songs from it.


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That's strange, I recently added S3 to my account but didn't get all the other stuff lumped in. AWS stuff is pay-as-you-go, so just having them activated in your account doesn't mean you're going to pay for them. You can also remove 'activated' services from your account on that same page, if you just don't want them activated.


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On the Amazon Betterizer you can select 'not intersted' and/or 'i own it' by hovering over the item, like this: Also, on recommendations, the same options are shown:


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Amazon Cloud Reader is not updating the book because it is being cached by Firefox. Clearing the cache will force Firefox to redownload the book. First, in Firefox select Options. Then under the Advanced > Network tab, there is a section for Offline Web Content and User Data. You should see read.amazon.com in the list of websites allowed to store data ...


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Well, turns out it can be done very easily at http://www.shelfari.com/addbooks where there's an option Import Your LinkedIn Reading List. Clicking "Import" will bring you to an import view like this: There's a FAQ item about this too: Reading List (LinkedIn) Import. I just tried it and my books and reviews got imported just fine.


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The difference is where the reviews were written. Amazon has multiple sites that it operates from different countries. The link you provided was from Amazon.CA (the Canada site). On the .CA site, there are no reviews available. Instead, it is showing you the reviews from the main Amazon.COM site (the US site). While these are likely to be identical ...


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Yes, if you have a debit or credit card through Amazon.com, or another form of payment where they are handling the account, that's where the bill or notice would go if you are late on payments. That address can also be used to verify that the owner of the card is the real owner of the card when they check with the bank or card issuer and compare against the ...


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Kindle is the brand name of a range of e-readers and tablets (called Kindle Fire) produced by Amazon. Typically books bought as a Kindle Edition will be downloaded directed to a Kindle device attached to your Amazon account. If you want to read Kindle Edition books on a Samsung tablet or desktop PC then you'll need to download the Kindle app for your ...



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