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Goodreads' Otis Chandler On Book Discovery

Posted at 8:00AM Thursday 29 May 2014

Goodreads has had an interesting journey, but according to Otis Chandler, that journey was driven by the innate ability of social media. Likening the service to that bookshelf we all have that contains our favorite books, he addressed how readers discover new titles through their connections.

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