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Old 12-02-2010, 06:24 PM   #6
SeaBookGuy
Can one read too much?
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At present, I keep a list of "books read" as an excel spreadsheet -- differentiating audiobooks in italics; though they are almost entirely unabridged, I consider audiobooks are different "experience" than reading print (including e-books). I also have a parallel list at Goodreads, with a shelf called "library books" and one called "ebooks"; I don't know if you can access books that are common to both?

My library has brand new catalog software, including a feature to "rate" your books read, and possibility of receiving messages from patrons, not only from patrons of one's own library, but all over that (North American) system!
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