Our First New Zealand Legacy Library! We’re very pleased to announce the first New Zealand-based Legacy Library, that of Pei te Hurinui Jones (1898-1976). Jones joins Alfred Deakin (the second Prime Minister of Australia) in our Antipodean Legacies collection. Mr. Jones was a leading Māori scholar and translator (he’s known for translating three volumes of Māori chants and song-poetry into English, and three Shakespeare plays into Māori). You can read a more complete biographical sketch on his profile page. Our First New Zealand Legacy Library!
This topic is currently marked as "dormant"—the last message is more than 90 days old. You can revive it by posting a reply. 1booksontrial Sep 21, 2010, 5:11pm The recent frequent LT down times got me thinking about alternatives to LT, which I haven't done since joining LT, because my experience here has been an enjoyable one. During last night's downtime, I checked out goodreads.com. Comparing LT and Other Book Sites Talk about LibraryThing LibraryThing
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Librarything versus Goodreads Book cataloging services comparison There are two great websites to post your book library and reviews, librarything.com and goodreads.com. Which service is better? The following is a feature-by-feature comparison between librarything and goodreads. Exporting Librarything allows you to export your data.
Goodreads vs. Librarything vs. Shelfari When it comes to social networking sites, book lovers have it made. There are several popular websites that allow readers to catalog their books, share reviews, and connect with like-minded bookworms. But with choice comes decision and selecting the best site for you can take a bit of research and experimentation.
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Open Library Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. More Just like Wikipedia, you can contribute new information or corrections to the catalog. You can browse by subject , author or lists members have created. If you love books, why not help build a library?
Our First New Zealand Legacy Library Our First New Zealand Legacy Library! We’re very pleased to announce the first New Zealand-based Legacy Library, that of Pei te Hurinui Jones (1898-1976). Jones joins Alfred Deakin (the second Prime Minister of Australia) in our Antipodean Legacies collection.
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Groups I See Dead People's Books A group for those interested and involved in entering the personal libraries of famous readers into LibraryThing as Legacy Libraries. For discussions of the libraries of those still among the living, head on over to the "Other Peoples' Libraries" group. Browse, search, and augment Legacy Library data via the Legacy Libraries page. If you'd like to join a Legacy project already underway, please use the contact information listed here, or contact jbd1. If you'd like to start a new Legacy project, visit the Cataloging Guide and learn how to get started.
Thingology (LibraryThing's ideas blog) We’ve just introduced an exciting new LibraryThing for Libraries product, called the “Check Library” button. In brief, the “Check Library” button is a “bookmarklet” that libraries can give to their patrons. It allows patrons to check if your library has a book while on another website, like Amazon.com or anywhere. We think it’s nifty and useful—a great way to boost circulation and patron happiness.