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ShelfLuv.com – A More Visual Approach To Amazon

If you use Amazon primarily to buy books, then this website is certainly worth a look. In essence, it will let you look up titles in a cooler way, as anything that you search is displayed in an interactive bookshelf. This bookshelf is populated as you are typing. That is, books begin being placed on the bookshelf as you inputting their titles. Once the titles have been displayed, an “A-Z/Rank” button will let you sort the results in...

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LibroSpot.com – Tag & Share Books Online

LibroSpot is an online initiative that is self-described as “a simple way to tag, save, manage and share books from Amazon.com”. This is a good a definition of the services on offer as you can get. Basically, the site intends to improve and further the way people discover, remember and share books online. The LibroSpot website acts both as a sort of online book shelf as well as a wishlist that will enable internauts to keep track of...

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aNobii.com – Create, Share and Explore Booklists

Anobium Punctatum is the technical name for bookworms, which is a bit of trivia you might never get around to use, but it will let you get some insight as to why the people at aNobii.com have christened their site thus. aNobii.com is a community of readers from around the world, which have personal shelves (site jargon for profiles detailing what one has read and/or is planning to), to which they add or subtract titles from the...

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BookTagger.com – Your Virtual Library

BookTagger.com is a community that allows you to organize your book collection and meet other avid readers. Once you join the site you make a profile that lists your reading history. Your profile contains lists of the nooks you have read, borrowed, lent, and want to read. The lists include images of the book covers. You can browse through other people’s bookshelves and if you find a book you have read or that you would like to read...

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