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Is there a service which allows me to "store" (upload, lets suppose I have bought them elsewhere) ebooks online and then read them via the browser?

Buying online is not the big focus here, there are lots of places. I want to aggregate them in one place and read them mostly online, nice interface to store bookmarks etc would be a plus.

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if they're in ePub format, then bookworm by O'Reilly is worth a look

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yah, that looks nice. – akira Jun 30 '10 at 22:45

Why not Book Glutton?

It supports upload, an in-browser reader and social reading features (you can make notes visible to other readers).

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i will check it out. – akira Jun 30 '10 at 23:32
Does the site support .pdf uploads? – Oren Hizkiya Jul 1 '10 at 15:30
Looks like EPUB only. – MatthewMartin Jul 1 '10 at 16:21

Ibis Reader is another one. Works on a lot of mobile devices as well. (ePub only though)

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Although technically not an 'ebook reader' you might want to look at Dropbox and perhaps Evernote as well. They are essentially online hard disks which you can access anywhere from the web and support ePub, PDF and most other files. Of course since it's just a way store the books, your device still needs the native functionality to read them.

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