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Posts Tagged 'LibraryThing'

  1. “MultiReal” Miscellany  • 
    Life moves fast, and this "MultiReal" promotion stuff is zipping by like an F-16. Here's a passel of news about book stuff, which I'm just going to lump here behind bullet points for lack of any better idea.
  2. “Infoquake” on LibraryThing Early Reviewers List  • 
    LibraryThing has a program called LibraryThing Early Reviewers, wherein certain publishers make review copies of their books available to LibraryThing members. All you have to do is sign up for LibraryThing, go to the Early Reviewers Request List, and click the big "Request It!" button next to "Infoquake." If you're selected, you get a copy of the book, which you are then theoretically supposed to read and review on the site.
  3. Shelfari: LibraryThing with a New Coat of Paint?  • 
    LibraryThing seems to have a new competitor. Or, at least, I’ve just become aware of them. I’ve made no secret about the fact that I’m a big fan of LibraryThing. I’ve spent hours and hours tweaking my LibraryThing profile, adding books to my catalog, and just browsing around other people’s shelves. I’ve spoken with Tim […]
  4. Book-Geekity Fun with LibraryThing  • 
    I love snooping at other people’s libraries. Whenever I’m at someone’s house, you’ll usually find me with my head tilted to one side reading book jacket spines within the first ten minutes of walking in the door. I’ve been known to walk through IKEA paying much more attention to the books on the shelves than […]