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About meAs you may be aware, Combiners! sees many of the side effects on LibraryThing of problems in imported data (e.g. when an amazon catalog entry has a bug in it, the bug will be imported to LibraryThing when it's used to create a LibraryThing catalog entry). If I refer to import errors having an effect on anyone's data, that's the kind of thing I mean.
About my libraryI have more audiobooks than I was aware of when I started cataloging them. A number of works come up in my catalog with multiple entries - one for the audiobook, one for the paper copy.
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Member sinceNov 24, 2006
Currently readingWet grave by Barbara Hambly
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