Here’s something I’ve noticed a lot recently. When I click on links to people’s Amazon wish lists, I’m often taken to my Amazon wish list. My first reaction is shock that I’m not the only person who’s interested in Jay Farrar’s latest album and The Oxford History of Islam, then I quickly realize that I’m at my own wish list. The problem is that when you go to Amazon and click on the Wish List link, the URL in the address field is not unique to your wish list, it just means “the currently logged in user’s wish list.” Finding the absolute URL to your own personal wish list is a bit trickier. The way I got mine was to click on the “Tell people about your Wish List” button and send an email to myself with the URL for my wish list in it. Maybe, there’s a better way, but I don’t know what it is.