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Sunday, May 13, 2007
Patiently waiting for an invite to Joost
Having read about
Joost, free internet TV site,
I have now humbly asked a
blogger called "Connected Internet"
for an invite to beta Joost. That is the only way to sample the delights of Joost at the moment.
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