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CollectionsYour library (872), Wishlist (5), To read (1), All collections (877)

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Tagssociety (74), art (69), sci-fi (65), fiction (56), programming (46), computer science (40), freedom (33), photography (30), ecology (27), biology (24) — see all tags

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About meMe? I think Freedom is an important part of my life. I'm always loosing time in libraries, book store or any bookshelf I found. Is it really a lost of time? My daily work is located in the information society but I won't say more.

About my libraryMy library is composed of computer science, security, laws and information society, sci-fi, and various strange books. I'm just starting to inventory it using librarything. I'm very happy to see that this web service has the ability to export the data. Not locking the user is very important to me.

« Bientôt, là où des hommes brûlent les livres, ils finiront par brûler d'autres hommes » Heinrich Heine

GroupsAmazon's Kindle, Computer Scientists, Ebook, Hacker News (HN) Reader's Club, Librarians who LibraryThing, Purely Programmers, Social Networks, Tea!

Favorite authorsNoam Chomsky, Guy Debord, Philip K. Dick, William Gibson, André Gorz, Paul Graham, Ivan Illich, H. P. Lovecraft, Michel Onfray, Norman Spinrad, Richard M. Stallman, Bruce Sterling (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresLa Dérive, Medialivres

Homepagehttp://www.foo.be/

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Real nameAlexandre Dulaunoy

LocationLes Bulles, Chiny, Belgium

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceNov 20, 2005

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Hi Alexandre,
I just saw your invitation... and I finally followed your advice (http://www.librarything.com/work/8327125/book/65973209) ;-)
Cédric
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All the rights (as this image seems to be part of that collection) after his death has been transferred to the "CIMADE" http://www.cimade.org/ an not-for-profit organization for protecting the rights of the migrants. The archive is located at IMEC : http://www.imec-archives.com/fonds_archives_fiche.php?i=GRZ . The use of the fund is not specified. I'll send an email to IMEC to ask if their license is compatible with LT.
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Please provide evidence of 1) permission to use on LT, 2) license applicable to LT, or 3) public domain status.
I received my Secret Santa books, and I wanted to thank you! I'm sure I'll love them both, especially the H.P. Lovecraft novel! (I didn't even know he wrote a novel.) But thank you again, and I hope you have a good year!
It was not a specific cover. It was your books general appearance, their fair, pleasant and not too heavy look, the good matching of their colors.
So, it seems to me that you pay some attention to the exterior of your books.
I could be wrong, but that's what I felt at first and what I feel even now. :-)
Alexandre,
In the very first moment I didn't remeber who Clarisse McClellan was, but I liked the covers of your books.
A little later I remembered Fahrenheit: I'm not sixteen (!), but I also feel near to her.
For what concerns your books, I think You eventually chose them because of their covers! :-)
Andrea
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