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New Platform Applies Pinterest Aesthetics To Amazon

BookFlavor takes the online marketplace's bestseller data and recommendations and formats it in a clean-looking, easy to use interface.

Sam McNerney
Sam McNerney on February 17, 2012.

BookFlavor is giving the world’s most popular online retail shop a make over. The web application pulls directly from Amazon to create a visually-based library that provides reviews and useful links. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing and easy to use, the software also allows users to view Amazon Bestsellers and New York Times Bestseller. Nathan Peck, founder of BookFlavor, comments on the service:

BookFlavor is a web application for readers or book lovers who want a clean and simple way to discover books and see what other people thought of them…. [It] is provided completely free to you [and] supported by book sale commissions…. You can login with Facebook to save books or share books with your Facebook friends.

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Sam McNerney graduated from Hamilton College where he earned a bachelors in Philosophy last May. However, after reading too much Descartes and Nietzsche, he realized that his true passion is reading and writing about the psychology of judgment and decision making. His blog, www.WhyWeReason.com tries to figure out what makes humans tick. He spends his free time listening to Gaga​ and tweeting @WhyWeReason.

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