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Thanks for informing, most of them have been fixed now and I had remove links to few posts because they were dead as you'd mentioned above.


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I work for Amazon.com. The reason for this is that ASINs (the 'B...' number referred to by the OP) are not technically global - they are tied to a given marketplace (.com, .ca, .co.uk etc). Products can vary from region to region, and may not even be sold in a particular marketplace. In this case I suspect that the aforementioned Keysonic keyboard is not ...


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This is a side effect of this: For all posts made on or after August 17 2010, any image urls in the form of i.imgur.com were changed to i.stack.imgur.com network-wide. This means, if … your post was made on or after August 17 2010 you MANUALLY uploaded something to imgur, that is, outside of clicking the 'add image' button in ...


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Hmm, interesting. This problem appears to be specific to products and not books. Consider: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1408810603 http://www.amazon.com/dp/1408810603 and http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0735619670 http://www.amazon.com/dp/0735619670 but for a product, even an international one... http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B002Y27P46 http://www.amazon.com/dp/...


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That site apparently uses the HTTP referer header which is part of an HTTP request initiated by clicking a link to redirect your request. Not so in Safari 5, which seriously broke tabbed browsing, it's not even funny; therefore I couldn't reproduce the issue at first. Using curl and manually setting the HTTP referer header: $ curl --include http://www....


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