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Plaxo 2.0 is out

Get it here.

Enhancements include “the ability to synchronize a user’s calendar, contacts, tasks and notes on a Plaxo Web page for anywhere, anytime access. Plaxo 2.0 also includes a major redesign of the user interface and a new “microBlog” feature.”

I’m not sure where this leads, but right now, this seems to be the best way to track people changing addresses, phone numbers or email addresses. I’d still love to see them embrace SyncML.

Now let’s check how they cope with international addresses and charsets…. more later.

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