Did you know how useful Amazon.com is? I've actually written about this before, how much I love the "wish list" feature. (even my kids have wish lists on Amazon!)
But there are other great things you can do with Amazon as well.
I have a Prime membership, which makes 2-day shipping free (well, I pay the fee for it upfront, basically). I use it for diapers. I've bought food items to send to soldiers abroad. I buy all sorts of miscellaneous things available from my favorite online store! The Prime membership also makes it easy and inexpensive to send gifts because I don't pay for shipping. (You can send a $10 gift and only spend the $10 you wanted to spend!)
I also use it for recommendations. I love the feature that when you are looking at a book, you get other books that you might like to read too!
I also have a collection of Listmania lists that I've written.
Getting Ready to Travel to Israel
Great Chanukah Books
Great Jewish Children's Books
What's Next to Read With My 5-Year-Old
Books I've Read with my 5-Year-Old
I also have on "so you'd like to guide...": So You'd Like to Lead a Great Passover Seder
I think that these are a great way to "share the wisdom" that we have all gained in a creative and interesting way. I love to look at other people's lists to see what to read or research.
The prices are right, the orders come quickly, and I love shopping on Amazon!
(Plus I hear rumors that maybe...occasionally....the Amazon CEO "grants" wishlists. So make sure you have one and that it has that big beautiful camera that you really want...and the sewing machine you've been drooling over....it never hurts! Okay, it's probably an urban myth. But it makes me happy.)
What works for you?