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Submission + - Microsoft China Borrows from Plurk (plurk.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Microsoft China recently released it's Juku service in asia which they are touting as a local innovation. In reality, the site appears to be a blatant copy Plurk, a micro-blogging site that has become very popular in asia.
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Microsoft China Borrows from Plurk

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