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Uniqlo did America a huge solid and finally launched its e-commerce site earlier this week. But with all new tech-tastic ventures, there's bound to be some kinks to work out, so we were delighted to discover they handle theirs with aplomb...and a dash of Japanese culture for your trouble. Check out the "Haiku for an error" page and have your heart warmed by seeing a company with a clear tech focus delve into poetry. [Fashionista]