Slice Bookshelf is a social network for book lovers that takes advantage of Slice’s proprietary email-scanning technology to give users insight into their purchasing behavior and alert them to upcoming shipments and deliveries.
Users simply connect their email inboxes to the service, and it does the work of building your library of books – e-book or otherwise – based on a history of your purchases. For current (or lapsed) Goodreads users, the option to import your books from the now Amazon-owned service is available, too.
In addition, you can connect Slice Bookshelf to Facebook, where it adds books you’ve liked on Facebook, connects you with Facebook friends who share your reading interests, and even enables book lending requests through the social network.
|Jun 6, 2013||Venture Beat - Slice launches social book network Bookshelf|
|Jun 6, 2013||TechCrunch - Eric Schmidt-Backed Slice Moves Beyond Receipt Tracking With Debut Of Bookshelf, A Social Network For Readers|