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March 08, 2005
As Yogi Berra would have said, "It's deja vu, all over again"... MaxDelivery.com is billing itself as the latest reincarnation of Kozmo or Urban Fetch: "MaxDelivery allows you to buy all of the things you need every day, from food to drug store items to DVD rentals, and get them brought to your door in under an hour! GUARANTEED."
Curbed, though, is less than impressed: "Huh, whatta concept. Beta service starts March 15; free t-shirts, pints of Ben & Jerry's, and cover story in Silicon Alley Reporter, er, Calacanis' blog to follow..."
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