||[Jan. 9th, 2007|04:28 pm]
The Order of St. Jerome: SCA Librarians
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I have recently set up a free account on LibrayThing.com, and was wondering if/how others use this kind of "what's on my bookshelf" service. So far I have only added things on to it that apply to my SCA life, but am thinking about making this more representative of my personal library.
I have one too, name: pallasathene82. I think there's a group out there that is of SCA people so you can compare resources.
I have a library thing accounnt, too. Look for Argemone. I do not have everything listed, yet.
Getting back into the SCA after a hiatus of several years. I will need to go back and retag some books for SCA topics.
i catalogued ALL the books I own in library thing, probably should have catalogued all of the audiobooks I own too
i use library thing basically as a reference when i am buying books somewhere - to check to see if i already have the book so i don't buy a duplicate copy
i also like library thing for its connection factor, i took this weird off the wall anthropology class studying australian aboriginies (no i never learned how to spell) and the cool thing is that in library thing you can find out who else also has that book
granted the connection factor with library thing only really works when people catalogue their books ON library thing...
Don't if figure. I opened an LJ account on Sorcha's suggetion (A&S 50 tracking) and find you and LibraryThing. Small world.
I've been using LibraryThing only for my medieval stuff. When I teach a class, I offer handouts that recommend LibraryThing. I tag books (just books) appropriately to the class. (Persona's one of the biggies.)
I wish there was good wireless at Half-Price Books.