Amazon lets you browse before buying

Amazon gets it right again -- this time allowing you to browse images of book pages on the Web before you buy. According to Reuters, Amazon's "Look Inside the Book" feature debutted Wednesday to include "images of covers, flaps and actual pages for some 25,000 book titles." The new feature was reportedly added as a result of customer requests. I have to say that this feature is very nice for books with photos such as art and design books. For some time, on sites like NY Times Book Review section you could read TOC's and sample chapters from books. But Amazon takes this a step further by adding a new tabbed interface to books with browsable samples. This is just another example of how Amazon successfully uses customer feedback to enhance the experience with their product.