By Pete Freitag
New Amazon Deals Shopping Web Site
I just launched a new web site for Finding deals on Amazon called SpendFish. The site is built with CFML, and is still in Beta - there are tons more things I plan on adding to the site. Such as RSS feeds, improved layout, and more advanced searching options. But for now it is usable, and I've found a lot of great deals on it already!
I would love to hear any feedback you may have
Update The amazon deal shopping site was formerly called Dealazon, but is now called SpendFish - fish for deals. Also I have updated the site with RSS Feeds for finding deals, and more. Please give SpendFish a try for finding deals on Amazon.com.
A little more about how it finds deals
SpendFish actually connects to amazon's web services to find the best deals. It compares the list price of a product to the current price, and calculates the discount. Most products are discounted at 30% or more.
Update Again: This site is no longer operating, but if you want to take a look at a site I am currently working on check out stack.watch to email security vulnerabilities found in your stack. With stack.watch you can follow the products / vendors you care about, and then get notified when vulnerabilities are found matching your stack.
Amazon Deals was first published on November 26, 2004.