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“Of course, LibraryThing is even more useful if you post your book collection, and the process is wonderfully easy.” (link)

“LibraryThing is an impressive cataloging app that feels like del.icio.us
for books” (link)

“There are also suggestions of related books to read; it's a
virtual feast of information.” All Things Considered

“Many social connections thrive at the site. Although members can keep all details of their online catalog private, most choose to display their libraries...” (link)

“LibraryThing can also connect likeminded readers — a sort of MySpace for bookworms.”

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“Not surprisingly, librarians love LibraryThing.”
Library Journal (March 15, 2007)

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