I really like the feature that Amazon.com provides, where they send you emails about books you might be interested in, based upon other books you’ve purchased. It’s a great value add for me as a customer.
I recently received the following email from Amazon. Really made me smile. 🙂
In case the picture is too small to read on your browser, here’s the first sentence:
We’ve noticed that customers who have purchased or rated The Internet and Your Kids: Healthy Habits for a Safe Online Home have also purchased Learning to Weld on DVD.
I’m now left wondering what the connection could possibly be between the people who purchased both items… 🙂
Perhaps some people associate a “safe online home” with welding your own bars for bedroom windows, or an iron cage for the family computer? (Joking aside, I’m as baffled as you are, that’s an interesting association, probably not very meaningful.)