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There's a recent IPO out there that John and David like a lot. It's called Bazaarvoice, and it's created a platform to capture and use all sorts of customer data. Already, Bazaarvoice is helping companies like Costco and Best Buy connect with their customers in order to serve them stuff. While the company is still very young, it has tremendous long-term potential.
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