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Ownshelf is a cloud-based network for eBook fans to share with friends

Posted at 1:17PM Monday 10 Dec 2012

Ownshelf has set up a social network of friends who can share eBooks with each other. The web-based service has been in a closed beta test for a couple of months and is about to enter its open beta. For now, you can use the service for free while Ownshelf polishes its offerings. You can browse each other's shelves and borrow one another's books.

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