Posts with a amazon theme
Photo sharing service SmugMug received much attention when they published their business case for using Amazon’s S3 storage service. The 2002 startup describes how the service saves them between half a million to a million USD per yearAt Headshift, we have made use of the S3 service too, most recently on a project where video… read full post
Amazon Web Services are coming on well, and it is worth trying them out
Wired News cover the Amazon search in a book initiative with a thoughtful piece about preserving books and archives online.
Amazon lite – an alternative interface for book buying
Links to a great introduction to the inner workings of recommendation and collaborative filtering systems by Amazon.com staff