Amazon’s recommendation system – is it crazy?
We have a saying in Telugu that goes like this, “thaadu vundhi kada ani eddu kontama?” which means, “just because you have a rope you dont buy a bullock to tie”. Amazon’s recommendation system must have been coded by someone with a skewed view of reality. How else can you explain this?
Obviously I didnt purchase neither the bag nor the laptop… but nevertheless I had a good laugh. I am not sure if it would behave if you access the link again, but here it is if you are curious. [Amazon.com: Mobile Edge Express Backpack-Black-MEBPE2: Electronics]
As an aside there is a really nice online Telugu to English dictionary here, in case you want to learn / lookup few words.
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