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New Feature: Lending (a.k.a ... - The LibraryThing Blog

Feb 20, 2015  · Lending was the one thing that was keeping LibraryThing from being the completly perfect way to keep track of all my books. I had my own work around, but this is way better! Do you think there will ever be a way to set it to e-mail people when their book is overdue?

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About | LibraryThing

About LibraryThing. LibraryThing is an online service to help people catalog their books easily. You can access your catalog from anywhere—even on your mobile phone. Because everyone catalogs together, LibraryThing also connects people with the same books, comes up with suggestions for what to read next, and so forth.

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Tracking the Books in Your Library | WIRED

Goodreads, Shelfari and LibraryThing each have an active community of users sharing information about books. Each has lots of forums and groups to narrow the discussions to discrete topics. Those three allow you to import your contacts to see if anyone you know is also using the site and create a connection with them. You can also find connections through Facebook and Twitter. An online community and sharing of your books is a reason to use one of these sites instead of a desktop database. GoodReads labels itsel…

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‎LibraryThing on the App Store

Oct 08, 2015  · ‎The LibraryThing app allows LibraryThing members to catalog and browse their collections. LibraryThing is focused on books, but you can add most media, including books, DVDs and CDs. LibraryThing relies on data from Amazon, and over 65 million library records. Add books by searching for them or sca…

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LibraryThing - Home | Facebook

LibraryThing. 134,840 likes · 950 talking about this. LibraryThing is an online service to help people catalog their books easily. It's also a vibrant community of readers. You can also use...

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Zeitgeist | LibraryThing

LibraryThing catalogs yours books online, easily, quickly and for free.

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LibraryThing - Apps on Google Play

LibraryThing. The LibraryThing app allows LibraryThing members to catalog and browse their collections. LibraryThing is focused on books, but you can add most media, including books, DVDs and CDs. LibraryThing relies on data from Amazon, and over 65 million library records. Add books by searching for them or scanning their ISBN barcode with the ...

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timspalding's books | LibraryThing

Catalog your movies and music too. LibraryThing is entirely free. Find new books to read. Talk about what you love with other committed bibliophiles. Track and lend your books. Snag a book from over 2000 early-release books every month. Available in many languages: ( others) “Of course, LibraryThing is even more useful if you post your book ...

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LibraryThing Is Now Free to All « The LibraryThing Blog

Mar 18, 2020  · Starting today, LibraryThing is free to all! We’re dropping all membership fees and limits. Since opening in 2005, LibraryThing has charged a fee to catalog more than 200 books—$10 per year, or $25 for a lifetime. We felt it was important to have customers, not an “audience” we sell to advertisers.

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LibraryThing | Catalog your books online

Catalog your books from Amazon, the Library of Congress and 4,941 other libraries. Catalog your movies and music too. LibraryThing is entirely free. Find new books to read. Talk about what you love with other committed bibliophiles. Track and lend your books. Snag a book from over 2000 early-release books every month. Available in many languages:

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The LibraryThing Blog

This month LibraryThing is pleased to catch up with Michael Tamblyn, the CEO of Rakuten Kobo, a Canadian ebook, audiobook and ereader company doing business in 150 countries.Tamblyn serves on the board of OverDrive, an ebook distributor working with both the non-profit and retail sectors; is involved with AGE-Well, a Canadian organization dedicated to developing technology and services for ...

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Guardian top 10 book lists, part 2 ... - dk.librarything.com

Jan 12, 2004  · LibraryThing catalogs yours books online, easily, quickly and for free.

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LibraryThing – Applications sur Google Play

The LibraryThing app allows LibraryThing members to catalog and browse their collections. LibraryThing is focused on books, but you can add most media, including books, DVDs and CDs. LibraryThing relies on data from Amazon, and over 65 million library records. Add books by searching for them or scanning their ISBN barcode with the camera.

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Goodreads v. LibraryThing- Part One - BOOK RIOT

Jul 31, 2012  · The most popular tags for groups on LibraryThing are: challenges, group read, librarything, literature, religion, science-fiction, authors, books, history, fantasy. The most active groups include Pro and Con (progressives and conservatives), a Harry Potter discussion group, Let’s Talk Religion, a few book challenge groups, and something ...

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PAUL C'S SECOND HOME - PART 20 | 75 Books Challenge for ...

LibraryThing catalogs yours books online, easily, quickly and for free.

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January Early Reviewer books up! « The LibraryThing Blog

Jan 01, 2010  · The LibraryThing Blog Thingology. Wednesday, January 6th, 2010 January Early Reviewer books up! The January 2010 batch of Early Reviewer books is up! We’ve got 57 books this month, and a grand total of 1,438 copies to give out. First, make sure to sign up for Early Reviewers.

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LibraryThing recommendations! « The LibraryThing Blog

May 26, 2008  · LibraryThing Recommendations—called “the best feature on the site” by one user—are back and much better than before. You can find recommendations at the top of your profile page.Or check out mine.. The new recommendations include:

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LibraryThing - Wikipedia

LibraryThing is a social cataloging web application for storing and sharing book catalogs and various types of book metadata.It is used by authors, individuals, libraries, and publishers. Based in Portland, Maine, LibraryThing was developed by Tim Spalding and went live on August 29, 2005. As of February 2021, it has 2,600,000 users and over 155 million books catalogued.

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Book Display Widgets from LibraryThing for Libraries « The ...

Jan 23, 2013  · Email me ([email protected]) with any questions about this or any of the LibraryThing for Libraries products. To subscribe, contact Peder Christensen at Bowker—toll-free at 877-340-2400 or email [email protected] See us in Seattle. LibraryThing will be at ALA Midwinter in Seattle later this week, showing off Book Display ...

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Librarything - Newbie Author's Guide

Apr 02, 2012  · Librarything is another one of the three biggest book social media sites. This is one of the bigger reader hot spots that provide authors with means to connect with readers and share their books with them and engage. Librarything has activities and tools than Shelfari, but it falls second to Goodreads. How to Get Author Status on Librarything

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LibraryThing for Libraries - ProQuest

LibraryThing for Libraries™ taps into more than 85 million books and 95 million library-vetted tags. Enrichment your catalog with unique descriptive data components and features that invite your library patrons to browse, search, and interact with your library’s holdings.

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Goodreads v. LibraryThing: Part Two - BOOK RIOT

Aug 07, 2012  · This is a continuation of last week’s post, Goodreads v.LibraryThing: Part One, which covered adding books to your library, book recommendations, stats, user interfaces, and discussion/groups.If you have anything else to add to the discussion, please do so below! VI.

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LibraryThing Acquires Litsy - BOOK RIOT

A website, developed in 2005, that allows you to catalog your book collection, interact with fellow readers—via groups and message boards—and receive advanced copies of books. It’s like Goodreads, but a little more focused on cataloging. I love LibraryThing because I’m a huge data nerd and it’s cataloging service is super customizable and in depth. Plus, you can buy a cat-shaped barcode scanner from them. If you’re into that kind of thing. LibraryThing has an app (which we took for a spinba…

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LibraryThing Reviews - 6 Reviews of Librarything.com ...

6 reviews for LibraryThing, 2.8 stars: 'ARGH! Maybe it's just me, but I can't seem to find ANYTHING on here, it seems the books are hidden and just don't like me? I dunno, it seems like endless reading of instructions and getting nowhere. I used it for 20 minutes trying to look up paranormal or fantasy books and only got titles with the words "fantasy" or "paranormal" in them. I give up! Back ...