Helping consumers track shipped packages

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Last month we wrote about TripIt, a site that coordinates diverse travel reservations into a single itinerary, and just last week a brand-new site launched that applies the same concept to package shipments. TrackMyShipments is a free service that keeps tabs on all of a consumer's shipped packages in one place. Consumers who have ever ordered online are well-acquainted with the "Your Order Has Shipped" e-mails that companies send out when the package leaves their warehouse. The trouble with those, of course, is that to follow the package's progress subsequently, the consumer must dig out that e-mail and then cut…

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